first_imgSagicor Group’s ‘A’ netball team are the Business House Divisional Intermediate ‘A’ League Netball winners for 2016. Sagicor emerged the winners in a fiercely fought game with JN Group, which saw the 2016 champions emerging with a score of 43-34. The Business House Netball Association Intermediate ‘A’ League, opened on August 20th 2016, with a total of twelve teams contesting the tournament. This is the first time that Sagicor Group is topping the competition since the then Life of Jamaica (LOJ) won the Junior League in 2004. They subsequently went on to the 2011 final against GraceKennedy in the Intermediate ‘A’ League where they were placed second. Sasha Dixon of Sagicor was given the Most Valuable Player title for the final, which was played on Saturday at the National Arena.last_img read more

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