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T&T’s Legal cops MVP award 

COUVA, Trinidad, July 9, 2017 - Trinidad and Tobago’s Brandon Legall was voted as the “Most Valuable Player” after helping his team to retain its title when the 16th Senior Caribbean Zonal Volleyball Association (CAZOVA) Men’s Championship ended at the National Cycling Centre, Couva.

Commenting on his achievement, a humble Stewart, a member of the T&T Police Service that it was  a great honour to be recognized but he was much more happy with the team award.

“I play the game because of the love for the sport so these awards are just recognition for your efforts. But I could not have done it without my team-mates, so us winning the title for me is what I will treasure the most.”

In addition to Legall , T&T captain Ryan Stewart (Best Opposite) and team-mates  Kameron Donald (Best Setter), Mikheil Hoyte (Second Best Middle Blocker), Joshua Mohammed (Best Libero) also captured individual awards after helping their team retain the  title , first won in 2010 in Suriname and then again on home soil in 2014, with a come-from-behind  23-25, 25-17, 25-16, 25-23 win over Martinique, winners in 2008.

Other award winners included Haiti’s Pedro Cedme (Best Digger), Jamaican Jamion Hartley (Best Server), Suriname’s Gino Robert Naarden (Best Scorer) , Martinique’s Rodrigue Larcher (Best Outside Hitter), Gino Robert Naarden (Best Outside Hitter),Barbadian  Ammuniki Wood (Best Middle Blocker), Curacao’s Ernaldo Mota (Best Receiver)