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‘Big three’ lead Business House Open League
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DEFENDING champions Scotiabank “A”, along with former champions General Accident and Jamaica Broilers, are the leaders in their respective groups after the 2010 Business House Netball Association Open League matches at the Leila Robinson Courts last Saturday.

Scotiabank “A”, winners of three titles last year — the Rally, Open League and Super League competition — have won three games from three starts to lead Group 1. Last Saturday the bankers crushed Housing Agency, 59-2.

Their biggest margin of victory this season was against LASCO Group with another crushing 70-2 win, while their third was 44-3 against Gleaner Company.

Meanwhile, many-time champions General Accident who have returned after a one-year absence are leaders in Group 4 with six points from three outings.

Last Saturday, the insurance girls whipped Wray & Nephew, 43-3, while their other two successes were over FLOW and 26-5 over Digicel.

Jamaica Broilers lead Group 6 with six points from three games. So far they have beaten Jamaica Bureau of Standards, 52-9, last Saturday; 37-7 over National Water Commission and 48-5 over LIME.

Other winners last Saturday were: Digicel, who beat FLOW 30-7; Scotiabank B” 26-10 over Appliance Traders Limited; Jamaica Constabulary Force 31-15 over Jamaica Public Service; National Housing Trust beat Jamaica National Building Society 25-10.

National Water Commission got the better of Advantage General 21-18; Gleaner outscored LASO Group 19-4; Royal Bank of Trinidad and Tobago defeated LIME 17-9; Pan Caribbean outscored Bank of Jamaica 14-7 while Port Security Corps Limited beat Norman Manley Internal Airports Limited 14-6

Meanwhile, 39 business house companies are participating in the Open League competition and have been divided into six groups