In an electrifying and keenly competitive competition, the Fire Busters out-sang their seven (7) other competitors in the senior choir competition with their original rendition “Gloria in Excelsis Deo” and “Christmas Bacchanal in the
In the Junior Choir competition, Sandy Bay Police Youth Club Carolers
Fire Busters received the top prize in the senior competition which a cash prize of$700.00, one (1) trophy and one case of Vita Malt while Sandy Bay Police YouthClub Carolers received the top prize in the juniors which was $350.00, one trophy and one case of Vita Malt.
The trophy for Best Carol went to Fire Buster, Traffic Angels received the trophy for Best Original Song, Best Speech was awarded to CPS Blasters while AuxiliaryCarolers received the trophy for Best Turned Out Choir”.
It was the first time in its fifteen (15) year history that the contest was broadcast live online and on television. This was made possible through newly formed partnership with S.T.V Online and VC3 T.V.
Commissioner of Police, Mr. Colin John wishes to thank all of the sponsors namely; the Police Cooperative Credit Union, Standard Caribbean Shipping Inc, Facey Trading, Allan Smith Family Bakery, M. Moussa and Sons,S.T.V Online, VC3 T.V, SVG Brewery, FLOW (SVG) and Sports locker Plus; the patrons and everyone who would have contributed in some way to the successful hosting the 2018 Police Caroling Contest including the guest artistes including:The Bowmans, Man Zangie, Cleopatra, Luta, and Avenue Dancers.
The competition was held under the theme “Tis the season for Mirth and Merriment”.