Throughout the season the Dominos
Lady Heels have been dominant.
With the most wins in women’s
basketball and arguably its three best players Dominos are the undisputed
On Thursday the squad can clinch
championship hardware in game two of the Cayman Islands Real Estate Brokers
Association national Women’s Basketball League final. The action begins at
Dominos won game one over the
Silver Bullets 74-38 on Sunday at the Arts and Recreation
Center at Camana Bay.
The Lady Heels were in control from
the onset and scored over 20 points in every quarter but one. The side had an
11 point lead by half-time and never looked back.
A resurgent Kamilla Nagy led the
Lady Heels with 27 points, eight rebounds, eight assists and five steals.
Dionne Anglin gave an inspired double-double performance with 22 points, 22
rebounds and six blocks.
Keisha Anglin was the other Lady
Heel in double digits with 10 points and three rebounds.
Theresa Hamil did her best inside
to keep her Silver Bullets in it. She fought her way to the basket and ended up
with a team-high 15 points, five rebounds and two steals.
Hamil lacked support as no other
team-mate reached double figures. The closest were Christsania McLean and Stacy
Kelly with seven points apiece.
Dominos are coming off a phenomenal
season in which the side won the regular season title at 8-1. Its lone loss
came to the Silver Bullets at the end of February by two points.
As the stats show, Dominos
dominated on both ends of the court. The squad had the best offense (scoring
597 points or 66.3 a game) and the best defense (allowing 452 points or 50.2
per game) in this year’s league.
In addition the side boasts three
candidates for the league MVP award. Dionne Anglin leads the league in scoring
(189 points), rebounding (225 boards) and blocks (42).
Sarah Kidd is in the top ten in
scoring (101 points) and steals (23 picks) while Benecia Thompson is third in
rebounding (123 boards) and in the top ten in scoring (89 points).
Thursday’s game hinges on two
aspects: the play of Silver Bullets stars Scimone Campbell and Bobeth O’Garro
(seven points combined in game one) and the defensive intensity of the Lady