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Jack is All Sectors MVP

 Fire Service MVP Onella Jack was named Most Valuable Player of the Courts All Sectors Netball League when they hosted their awards ceremony on Sunday at the Eastern Regional Sporting Arena’s indoor court.

Although Fire played second fiddle to Police in the main categories, the wing defence upstaged her more attacking counterparts for the top individual honour of the 2014 season.

That group includes national wing attacks Kalifa McCollin (80.74 per cent) and Joelisa Cooper (80.1 per cent) and Afeisha Noel (80 per cent), who were the top three shooters in that order in the League’s Premier Division.

Cooper, playing in both the goal shoot and goal attack positions for Police, led her team to every available Premiership title but the League, which was taken by Fire, thanks much to the efforts of Jack and Noel.

But Police took the Opening Day Knockout, the Steve Sarjeant Challenge, the Divisional Knockout, Fast Five and the Open Courts Knockout titles.

In the Championship Division, Police X took the Fast Five and Jean Pierre Challenge knockout. Police X were also runners up in the League, while Police Y were second in the Opening Day Knockout. Anika Ewin (Police X) and Florence Bernard (Police Y) were among the five members of the Championship MVP team.

Along with the Premiership League, Fire were also beaten finalists in the Opening Day and Divisional Knockout competitions.

Among the team awards, Game Changers (74.56 per cent) had the Best Shooting Average (Premiership), while Central Bank (Alternative Division) were the Most Improved Team, and UWI, Most Disciplined.

The ASNL All Star team members, all of the Premiership, were: Kalifa McCollin (Game Changers), Joelisa Cooper (Police), Afeisha Noel (Fire Service), Simone Morgan (Fire Service), Ashelle Legall (Fire Service), Rhonda John-Davis (Police), Crystal-Ann George (Game Changers), Candace Guerrero (Game Changers), Onella Jack (Fire Service), Leslie-Ann Bacquain (Police), Kemba Duncan (Game Changers), Daystar Swift (Game Changers).

All Sectors Netball League Honour Roll:

Premiership Division

Opening Day Knockout—1. Police 2. Fire

League Trophy—1. Fire 2. Game Changers 3. Police

Steve Sarjeant Challenge—1. Police

Divisional KO—1. Police 2. Fire

Fast 5—1. Police 2. Game Changers

MVP Team—Candice Guerrero (Game Changers), Onella Jack (Fire), Leslie-Ann Bacquian (Police), Kerressa Scott (UWI)

Best Shooting Team—Game Changers (74.56%)

Best Shooting Average—1. Kalifa McCollin (80.74%) 2. Joelisa Cooper (80.1%) 3. Afeisha Noel (80%)

Best Defending Court—Onella Jack

Best Centre Court—(Candice Guerrero) 

Championship Division

Opening Day KO—1. Jabloteh 2. Police Y

League Trophy—1. Fire 2. Police X 3. Bermudez

Jean Pierre Challenge—1. Police X

Divisional KO—1. Fire 2. Jabloteh

Fast 5—1. Police X 2. Bermudez

MVP Team—Shashelle Matthews (Fire), LaToya Thomas (Jabloteh), Police X (Anika Ewin), Police Y (Florence Bernard), Bermudez (Alea Nicholson)

Best Shooting Team—Police X (75.05%)

Best Shooting Average—1. Patrice Goring (83.44%) 2. Kathy James (78.72%) 3. Jeselle Navarro (68.9%)

Best Centre Court (Shashelle Matthews)

Best Defending Court (Akeisha Baptiste) 

Alternative Division

Opening Day KO—1. UTT 2. Central Bank

League Trophy—1. UTT 2. TSTT 3. Prisons

Divisional KO—1. TSTT 2. UTT

Fast 5—1. Prisons 2. UTT

MVP Team—Bernice Sharpe (Central Bank), Danelle Rawlins (Police), Rosanna Gajadhar (Prisons), Shinella Marshall (TSTT), Shurnel DeVerteuil (USC), Kimberly Collette (UTT)

Best Shooting Team—USC (55.75%)

Best Shooting Average—1. Chantael Perry (67.7%) 2. Carla Victor (65.46%) 3. Kimberly Collette (61.58%)

Best Centre Court—Sue-Ann Cordner

Best Defending Court—Rosanna Gajadhar 

Open

March Past—UTT

Courts KO—1. Police 2. Fire

Most Improve Team—Central Bank

Most Disciplined Team—UWI

MVP League—Onella Jack (Fire Service) 

ASNL All Star Team—Kalifa McCollin (Game Changers), Joelisa Cooper (Police), Afeisha Noel (Fire Service), Simone Morgan (Fire Service), Ashelle Legall (Fire Service), Rhonda John-Davis (Police), Crystal-Ann George (Game Changers), Candace Guerrero (Game Changers), Onella Jack (Fire Service), Leslie-Ann Bacquain (Police), Kemba Duncan (Game Changers), Daystar Swift (Game Changers).

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