Queen’s Park Cricket Club was the dominant team among the men at the end of the National Indoor Hockey League.
At the end of the season last weekend, Fatima took the Under-19 Men’s title with Queen’s Park in second and Malvern in third. Shawn Phillip of Malvern was the Division top scorer with 18 goals.
In the Trinity Women Division, the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service were the winners followed by Ventures and Paragon with Brittney Hingh of the TTPS top scoring with 23 goals.
QPCC topped the Men’s Trinity Division, Shape came second, and Carib third while leading the scoring charts was QPCC’s Michael Durity with 16 goals.
Magnolia took the Open Women, with Paragon second and Malvern third. Magnolia’s Shaniah De Freitas was the top goal getter with 19.
QPCC men, the TTPS, and Paragon finished one, two, and three in the Open Men, with Paragon’s Joel Daniel leading the way with 20 goals.
In the Mixed Vets, TTPS topped the table followed by QPCC and another TTTPS team. QPCC Darren Cowie top scored with 10 goals.
And in the Masters, the Parkites finished top with with the TTPS second, and Fatima third – Raffie Govia of QPCC top scored with 10.