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Davidson cops U-16 MVP award
Malika Davidson, captain of the triumphant T&T Under-16 girls volleyball team was voted Most Valuable Player of the Third Caribbean Zonal Volleyball Association Youth Championship which ended in St Croix, US Virgin Islands on Wednesday night.
Davidson, who had a match high 20 points in leading T&T past debutantes Haiti 25–15, 25–22, 25–20 in the final, also walked away with the Best Spiker and Best Scorer awards. Fellow T&T players, Reann Young and Aliya Dick Ross also walked away with individual awards for the Macsood Ali-coached “Calypso Spikers” who won all five matches they contested.
Young picked up the Best Server award while Ross was named as the Best Receiver. In the boys category, USVI Nayib Gonzalez was voted as the Most Valuable Player after leading his team to a 25–19, 25–21, 14–25, 25–20 beating of former champions.
Gonzalez also took home the Best Spiker accolade while his team-mate Laskish Plante was the Best Setter.
Most Valuable Player: Malika Davidson (T&T)
Best Libero: America Estepan (USVI)
Best Spiker: Malika Davidson (T&T)
Best Digger: America Estepan (USVI)
Best Scorer: Malika Davidson (T&T)
Best Receiver: Aliya Dick Ross (T&T)
Best Server: Reann Young (T&T)
Best Setter: Caroline Graham (Haiti)
Best Blocker: Edidiong Utibe (USVI)
Most Valuable Player: Nayib Gonzalez (USVI)
Best Libero: Matthew Bailey (Barbados)
Best Spiker: Nayib Gonzalez (USVI)
Best Digger: Jabarry Goodridge (Barbados)
Best Scorer: Jabarry Goodridge (Barbados)
Best Receiver: Jabarry Goodridge (Barbados)
Best Server: Nathaniel Mc Lean (Barbados)
Best Setter: Lakish Plante (USVI)
Best Blocker: Jeandray Philips (Curacao)
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