Tight race in MOBAY MARLIN TOURNEY

Friday, October 06, 2017

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Jamaica sprinter Yohan Blake (centre, front row) and members of the Mayberry Investments team are all smiles after Mayberry placed second in this year's staging of the MoBay Marlin Tournament with a total of 800 points. First place went to Island Bwoy with 800 points. Sashimo, with 400 points, were third, while fourth place went to Guy Harvey's boat, Makaira, which also finished with 400 points. Mayberry missed the first-place spot due to a slower time than Island Bwoy, though both managed the same number of points.

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