There were four different winners of the four divisions when the First Citizens Ventures Junior Indoor Hockey Tournament concluded at the Woodbrook Youth Facility, Sunday.
Paragon won the Girls Under-18 competition with a 2-0 result over hosts Ventures when Felicia “Chunky” King fired a double.
Ventures would not go title-less however, as their Under-23 team rallied to a 3-1 win over Paragon to secure that crown.
On the male side, Fatima claimed the U-18 Boys title with a 2-1 penalty shootout win over Paragon, while Notre Dame hammered Fatima 7-1 for the U-23 title.
Special awards went to the MVP U-23 Girls, Jade Piper (Ventures) while Kelly Francis (Paragon) was named Most Promising for that division.
Che Modeste (Fatima) was named MVP in the U-18 Boys division, while Kellon Skerrette (Paragon) was identified as the Most Promising player.
The Girls MVP in the U-18 division was King (Paragon) with Cian Lue Sue (Ventures) taking the Most Promising award.
Among the U-23 boys, Andrew Vieira (Fatima) was the MVP while the Most Outstanding player was Aidan de Gannes (Notre Dame).
Under-18 Girls – Ventures 0 vs Paragon 2 Felicia “Chunky” King (2)
Under-23 Girls Ventures 3 vs Paragon 1
Under – 18 Boys – Paragon 3 vs Fatima 3 (Fatima won 2-1 on a penalty shootout)
Under 23 Boys – Notre Dame 7 vs Fatima 1
Most Valuable-U-23 Girls-Jade Piper (Ventures)
Most Promising — Kelly Francis (Paragon)
MVP-U-18 Boys — Che Modeste (Fatima)
Most Promising — Kellon Skerrette (Paragon)
MVP-U-18 Girls — Felicia “Chunky” King (Paragon)
Most Promising — Cian Lue Sue (Ventures)
MVP-U-23 Boys — Andrew Vieira (Fatima)
Most Outstanding — Aidan de Gannes (Notre Dame)
All Stars Teams:
U-18 Girls-Sara-Marie Thomas (GK) , Cian Lue Sue, Lisa Benjamin, Felicia “Chunky” King, Gabrielle Thompson
U-18 Boys-Che Modeste, Marcus Pascal, Kellon Skerrette, Joshua Olton, Kwasi Emmanuel (GK)
U-23 Boys-Aidan de Gannes, Andrew Vieira, Shaquille Daniel, Jordan Vieira, Lorenzo Lodai (GK)