This is a wrap-up from week three of the Camana Bay Corporate Volleyball Coed League on March 15.

Maples FS d. CNB
25-16 and 25-21

Maples FS dominated their match by taking CNB in two sets. David Bakker had three service aces and eight kills. Phillip Hinds had two block kills and one spike kill. Kevron Reid had three kills, and Karlie Cross had one service ace and two kills at the net. Traci McLean did a great job passing to help set up the MFS attack. Matthew Powell received one dig for CNB. Woodley Scott had two service aces and one dig, and John Lewis made his mark with one service ace, two digs, and one block kill.

Maples & Calder d. KPMG
19-25, 25-19 and 15-7

M&C started off lackluster in the series but came back to beat KPMG by taking the easy lead in the third set. M&C top performers were Steve Ashworth and Manual Borden, who had four service aces and three kills, respectively. KPMG had three service aces.

Silver Wheaton d. Dart
25-20, 16-25 and 15-10

While the first two sets were split evenly, the third set was tense with anticipation as Silver Wheaton’s young stars took over. Hosea Harris had three service aces, 11 kills, two digs, and two block kills. Lisa Strachan had one service ace, two kills, one dig, and one block kill. Shamar Grant contributed with three service aces and one kill. Joshua Smith had three service aces and one block kill.

Deloitte d. PwC
25-15 and 25-21

Deloitte powered through PwC in an easy two sets, owning their top seat in the standings to date. Deloitte saw Alex Verreault with two service aces, six kills, and two block kills. Nelson Still had one service ace and four kills. Cory Brown had three kills, and Michael Almendarez got on the board with one service ace and one kill. PwC saw Julian Coetzer make two block kills, Johann Kleyn took two kills and one block kill showing some strong presence at the net, and Hugo J. van Rensburg had one service ace and three kills.

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