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Phase II wins All Fours title
Petrotrin Phase II Pan Groove is the 2014 Companions All Fours champion. The final of the competition was held last Saturday night at Skiffle steel orchestra panyard on Coffee Street, San Fernando. Phase II defeated Fascinators Pan Symphony by 11-4.
Other finals held at Skiffle Panyard over the weekend saw Witco Desperadoes emerge as five-a-side football champion, defeating Republic Bank Exodus on penalties; Curepe Scherzando winning the Over-40 football title.
Desperadoes also copped the draught title in the competition held on Friday night at CAL Invaders panyard, on Tragarete Road, Woodbrook. Officiating were Anderson Charles and Carlthus David of the T&T Draughts Association. A karaoke show was also held and there were some fantastic performances by members of Desperadoes, Solo Harmonites, N&M Trinidad All Stars, White Oak Starlift, St James Tripolians, CAL Invaders, and Fascinators Pan Symphony. This segment showed the tremendous amount of talent other than playing pan the performers possessed.
Bands participating in the five-a-side football included bpTT Renegades, Solo Harmonites, White Oak Starlift, Courts Sound Specialists and finalists Exodus and Desperadoes.
The Companions family day has been held for then a decade. With its main organiser Julie Williams performing in Africa with Exodus, steering the ship at home has been N&M Trinidad All Stars player Denise Hernandez.
The 2014 edition will be held tomorrow from 10 am, at Constantine Park, Tunapuna.