GROS ISLET, St Lucia, and August 13, 2017 – St Lucia’s Joseph Clercent was the obvious choice as Most Valuable Player (MVP) in the men’s Group D of the NORCECA Zone of the FIVB World Championships Qualifiers second round, for teams in the Eastern Caribbean Volleyball Association (ECVA), at the Beausejour Indoor Facility.
Sporting #1 on his jersey, Clercent was the Best Scorer with a success rate of 56.07% and was named one of two Best Outside Hitters.
St Lucia pouched two other individual awards. Sheldon Descartes walked away with the Best Server accolade and Tevin St Jean, was one of two Best Middle Blockers.
But it was Anguilla that collected the most awards – five.
Topping the list with three was Kevin Gumbs, as he was named Best Receiver, Best Digger and Best Libero.
Meanwhile, Jeloni Lawrence, also of Anguilla was listed as the other Best Middle Blocker. Anguilla’s other award was snapped up by Ian Connor, who collected the Best Setter trophy.
And, completing the list of awardees, was Riegmar Valies of St Maarten, the Best Opposite Hitter.