(SNO) — The third edition of the Cue Sports Saint Lucia Inc Crystal Cup pool tournament sponsored by Sean Wrecker & Garage Service, Gemini Impressions, and participating venues culminated over the past weekend with the final qualifying round of the tournament held at Haro’s Tailoring Plus in Vieux Fort on Friday, April 26 followed by the tournament finals on Saturday, April 27 at the Vieux Fort Town Hall.
On Friday, April 26 April at Haro’s, Junior Bakie of Vieux Fort qualified in first place, winning 2-0 over Zach Maxwell of Micoud in the final match of the evening.
On Saturday, the tournament finals was a most keenly contested one, and here is how the matches went: in the round of 16, Rolith Morris of Vieux Fort won 2-1 over Cecil Gaston of Mon Repos; Shanus William of Mon Repos won 2-1 over Kenrick Victor of Vieux Fort; Pius Philip of Ciceron won 2-1 over Anthony Jn Baptiste of Vieux Fort; Aldan Eugene of Grande Riviere Gros Islet won 2-1 over Gary Khodoo of Vieux Fort; Aaron St Rose of Vieux Fort won 2-0 over Bradley David of Babonneau; Brian Parsad of Vieux Fort won 2-0 over Zach Maxwell of Micoud; Gilroy Pultie of Corinth won 2-1 over Harold Marcelline of Vieux Fort; Junior Bakie of Vieux Fort won 2-0 over Selwyn Surage of Vieux Fort.
The two females faced off for their title, Jasmine St Rose of Vieux Fort claimed the Women’s Crystal Cup winning 2-0 over Shanel Blanchard of Micoud.
In the men’s quarterfinals, Rolith Morris won 2-1 over Shanus William; Aldan Eugene won 2-0 over Pius Philip; Aaron St Rose won 2-0 over Brian Parsad; and Gilroy Pultie won 2-0 over Junior Bakie.
In the semifinals, Rolith Morris won 2-0 over Aldan Eugene, and Aaron St Rose won 2-0 over Gilroy Pultie.
In the third-place match, Pultie took the third spot, winning 2-0 over Aldan Eugene, and receiving the third-place medal and $300.
In the tournament final, St. Rose claimed the title, winning 2-1 over Rolith Morris, and receiving $1,000 and the Crystal Cup trophy for the second time (first in 2017). Rolith, in second place, received $600 and a medal.