Molineux comes from behind to upset the # 7 Domino League champion Tabernacle team

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Other players seen in action, clockwise from top: Davin Henry of Unity Domino Club, Ashton Williams of Parsons Domino Club, Shaquille Sewell of Sylvers Domino Club and Wazim Barry of Unstoppable Domino Club.

BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, October 15, 2021 (MMS-SKN) – The sixth segment of play of the 26th edition of the Dr the Hon Timothy Harris Domino League riding number seven on Thursday night October 14 saw the reigning champion Tabernacle Domino Club suffer a life-changing home loss to Molineux Domino Club.

The game had started at the Tabernacle Community Center, but a village-wide power outage at 9:07 p.m. interrupted games at the venue. However, because the nearby Tabernacle Police Station had a generator, crews moved under the awning of the Royal St. Kitts and Nevis Police Forensic Service.

Edison Parris of former champion Lodge Domino Club seen in action as his team shut out the Phillips Domino Club 13-2 at the clubhouse of the Edgar Gilbert Sports Complex in Molineux.

While losing a game is always taken in a sporting way, the home loss could not have come at a worse time for the champion team, as watching the game was the league sponsor and fellow villager Dr Timothy Harris, Prime Minister of the Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis.

Tabernacle, which was under the command of interim captain Lionel ‘Nabal’ Nisbett, started off on a good note by winning the opener and was leading at one point 9-3. After moving to the new venue, Molineux captain Ericson ‘Wixie’ Wescott improved his game and as Premier Harris watched the game at the new venue, Molineux was down 8-10.

A fierce battle was assured and at one point Tabernacle was leading 11-9, needing just two games to win, but a determined Molineux pushed the games to tie 12-12. After coming this way, Molineux couldn’t take any losses and taking control they won the final match to beat Tabernacle 13-12.

The second game at the same two venues between Christ Church Domino Club and Saddlers Domino Club, which was also watched by league sponsor Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris, saw the two teams swap heads. Saddlers led early, Christ Church took over and was on their way to victory, but Saddlers came back stronger to tie the game at 12-12. Saddlers, a team from riding number six, won the deciding game for a 13-12 victory over Christ Church.

Along with league sponsor Premier Dr the Honorable Timothy Harris, Molineux Domino Club captain Ericson ‘Wixie’ Wescott is seen in action as he upends the defending champion Tabernacle Domino Club team 13-12.
In another match played at the Tabernacle Police Station and watched by Premier Harris, Leshaun Hazel of the Saddlers Domino Club is in action in their match against the Christ Church Domino Club which they beat 13-12.

In other matches, the former champion Lodge Domino Club took a kill when at the Edgar Gilbert Sports Complex pavilion in Molineux, they overtook the Phillips Domino Club 13-2. At the same venue, another former champion team, Parsons Domino Club, beat Mansion Domino Club 13-10.

Three matches were held at Lodge Project where another former champion team, Unity Domino Club, beat Guinness Domino Club 13-8 and Sylvers Domino Club beat Ottley’s Domino Club 13-9 in matches played at the former Lodge Community Center. At neighboring Cuban Bar, Unstoppable Domino Club won their second straight game, beating Small Corner Bar Domino Club 13-10.

At the end of the sixth game segment of the 26th edition of the Dr the Honorable Timothy Harris Domino League riding number seven, the former champion team Unity still leads the points table with 29 points. He is followed by Sylvers 24 points; Lodge 20 points, Christ Church 20 points and saddlers 20 points.

The others, in order, are the reigning champion Tabernacle 18 points, Parsons 18 points, Phillips 18 points, Molineux 15 points, Mansion 14 points, Small Corner Bar 11 points, Guinness 11 points, Unstoppable 11 points and Ottley’s 10 points.

The seventh game segment of this one-round game of the 26th Annual Dr the Honorable Timothy Harris Domino League Riding Number Seven will take place on Tuesday, October 19 and all games will be played at the new Lodge-Ottley’s Community Center in Ottley’s, which has the capacity to host all seven matches under strict Covid-19 protocols.

“All teams are urged to pay attention and remember the change of location for the new Lodge-Ottley’s Community Center on Island Main Road in Ottley’s,” Dominos League District Seven PRO Allington Berridge announced. . “The Covid-19 protocols including the wearing of masks and hand disinfection will be respected and body temperature checks will always be carried out every evening at the entrance. Let’s all keep the tournament with good grace, friendship and sportsmanship and remember that we are one. “

Defending champion Tabernacle team will take on Mansion, while Parsons will face Phillips. The other matches will be Saddlers vs. Small Corner Bar; Molineux versus Unstoppable; Lodge against Guinness; Sylvers vs. Christ Church; and Unity vs. Ottley’s

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