St. Lucia blows away the British Virgin Islands in three sets
ORANJESTAD, St Eustatius , July 7, 2018 - With a chance to
advance to the Pan Am U20 cup next year at stake, St. Lucia
easily defeated the British Virgin islands with a score of 25-
7, 25-10 and 25- 14. St. Lucia operated with ruthless
efficiency, thanks in part to their serving and excellent team
spirit. Middle blocker Tenayestlgni Joseph lead the way with
nine (9) points and she ably assisted by Captain Chenoa Evans
who pumped in five (5). Despite this team LCA made some minor
errors which they were able to address.
Their opponents, team BVI seemed unable to withstand the “Lucia
pressure”. In the first set they seemed unsure about themselves
and consequently their passing and serving was erratic.
However, as the game progressed they grew more confident in
their ability as evidenced by the scores. Captain Shauliqua
Fahie and Xiomara Malone lead the way with two (2) points each.
As indicated by Captain Fahie better communication will be
needed for the team to improve.
Both teams were of the view there is room for improvement by
trying to remain focused for longer periods and increasing the
communication level amongst team members. Mr. Joseph Clercent,
St. Lucia’s coach indicated his team will do better as the
tournament progresses. His counterpart Mr. Willis Potter of
Tortola shared a similar sentiment and urged his team to play to