Phillipsburg, St. Maarten October 12, 2022. It took St. Lucia 1 hour and 27 minutes to defeat BVI in straight sets (25 -18, 25-17 and 25 -18) as ECVA action continued with match 2
St. Lucia dominated the score sheets in Attacks (30- 19) and Serves19-6 while Blocks were even at 4 all. St. Lucia’s opposite Chenoa Evans led all scores on the night with 15 points while middle blocker Tyna William backed up with 11 points.
For BVI middle blocker Shoranda Pickering top scored with 7 points.
Coach of the BVI gave his version of what happened “The end result was not what we wanted but the players gave a good account of themselves in general. However there were a lot of unforced errors on our part particularly in the second and third set. We noted them and will correct them for our next game.” He said
Kendall Challery of St. Lucia had a different view. “We started a bit nervous while getting accustomed to the conditions. I was concerned over the reception which could be a lot better but we go the victory which is the most important thing.” He beamed.