TSTT Industrial Women’s Windball Cricket League awards the best

September 2006

The TSTT Industrial Women’s Windball Cricket League culminated in a awards ceremony which took place recently at the Works Conference Room, Tobago House of Assembly Building.

Eight teams representing female workers across Tobago between the ages of 19-40 vied for the top spot but their efforts were thwarted for the third consecutive year in a row by the Public Health Team – who once again reigned supreme.

This community activity, proudly sponsored by TSTT for the past six years has evolved into a premier sporting event which serves as a stepping stone for many talented young women – many of whom have gone on to play on a national level and even to represent the West Indies.

And according to Cedric Cole, TSTT Vice President – Customer Care TSTT has always been interested in encouraging young people to become involved in sports, as it offers them access to further growth opportunities. “TSTT, has increased its level of support for the League by providing bigger cash prizes and looks forward to a continued rise in the level of competition. TSTT is committed to supporting activities such as this, which enrich the lives of not only participants but the community as well.”

This year’s first prize winners – Public Health, in addition to the Challenge Trophy walked away with $3,000. Community Development who placed second received, $2,000, with third and fourth place winners – TSTT and Works Original receiving $1,500 and $1,000 respectively.

The TSTT team was voted March Past Winners and the MVP award went to Claudette Mc Ewen from TSTT. Other Individual and team prizes were also awarded. Tracy Davidson, Assistant Secretary for Youth Affairs and Sports in the Tobago House of Assembly presented the feature address and other distinguished guests included – Harry Donaldson, TSTT’s Head of Tobago Operations and Carlton Lewis, president of the TSTT Sports Club.