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Jordan Vieira and Petal Derry were named as the Most Valuable Players, in the respective men’s and women’s departments, as the Trinidad and Tobago Hockey Board (TTHB) held its annual award ceremony yesterday.

The function was staged at The Atrium, Guardian Holdings Building, Westmoorings.

Vieira, a member of the Fatima Club, played a key role in Trinidad and Tobago’s successful campaign at the Indoor Pan American Hockey Cup in Georgetown, Guyana in October, and subsequent qualification for the 2018 Men’s Indoor Hockey World Cup in Berlin, Germany.

Derry was also in Guyana, with the TT women’s team, who were unable to replicate the feat of the men and book a spot in Germany.

The pair will be the TTHB representatives at the 2017 First Citizens Sports Foundation Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year awards.Among the dignitaries in attendance at yesterday’s function were Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs Darryl Smith, president of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) Brian Lewis and Douglas Camacho, TTHB president.

Honour Roll -

Indoor Competition -

Under-19 Division (Girls) - 1.Magnolia, 2.Paragon, 3.Raiders.

Under-19 Division (Girls) - Most Goals - Felicia King (Paragon) and Kaitlin Olton (Magnolia) with 11 goals.

Under-19 Division (Boys) - 1.Paragon, 2.Malvern, 3.Fatima.

Under-19 Division (Boys) - Most Goals - Kristien Emmanuel (Malvern) with 17 goals.

Veterans Division (Mixed) - 1.Defence Force, 2.Malvern, 3.Notre Dame.

Veterans Division (Mixed) - Korry Barnett (Malvern) with 11 goals.

Trinity Division (Men) - 1.Notre Dame, 2.SHAPE, 3.Queen’s Park.

Trinity Division (Men) - Most Goals - Aidan Marcano (Malvern), Rob Wyatt (Queen’s Park) and Brandon Clarke (Queen’s Park) with nine goals.

Open Division (Female) - 1.Magnolia, 2.Paragon, 3.Malvern.

Open Division (Female) - Most Goals - Kristin Thompson (Paragon) and Krizia Layne (Malvern) with nine goals.

Open Division (Male) - 1.Queen’s Park, 2.Malvern, 3.Fatima.

Open Division (Male) - Most Goals - Jordian Vieira (Fatima) with 14 goals.