St. Lucia’s Dania Hamilton is ECVA’s most valuable player

St. Lucia’s Dania Hamilton is ECVA’s most valuable player

St. Johns, Antigua – Dania Hamilton of St. Lucia was declared the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the recently concluded  East Caribbean Volleyball Championship.

Hamilton led two of her teammates (Natalie Edwards and Indira Laurencin 68 points each) with 72 points and as a result  won the award for best scorer.

She was second in spikes  to Susan Tackling  of Anguilla, compiling 62 to Tackling’s 63, over the tournament. Added to that, 47 digs with 12 faults placed her third in the diggers category.

In the other categories, Tackling of Anguilla came on top in the spiking and receiving categories while Vanessa Burke of Antigua won the best setter award. The battle for best libero was won by St. Lucian Sancha Isadore with a 48 percent success rate over Rosemarie Simon of Antigua who recorded a 46 percent success rate.

Samantha Mann of St. Lucia led everyone in the “blocks” category with her teammate Indira Laurencin, a close second. St. Vincent’s LaDonna Woodley edged Antigua’s Shauna Isaac and Dominica’s Anna Maria Xavier for best server – a category that was also very close.

Summary of individual awards

Best Scorer: Dania Hamilton – St. Lucia
Best Spiker  Susan Tacklin – Anguilla
Best Blocker Indira Laurencin – St. Lucia
Best Receiver Susan Tackling – Anguilla
Best Libero Sancha Isadore – St. Lucia
Best Setter Vanessa Burke – Antigua
Best Server La Donna Woodley – St. Vincent

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