Kutaisi won Zurab Sakandelidze and Mikheil Qorqia Memorial again
Kutaisi is the winner of Zurab Sakandelidze and Mikheil Qorqia Memorial. Kutaisi coached by Kote Tughushi defeated Mega Tbilisi 93:78 in the final match and retained the title. Imereti club won this tournament last year and managed to keep the title this year as well.
Mega was the rival of Kutaisi, the team that played in the A league last season and is now a debutant in the Super League. The team coached by Nikoloz Cherkezishvili played with dignity at the memorial, won a ticket to the final and was close to winning the title. However, the leader of the Super League – Kutaisi did not leave a chance to the opponent, the final match of the memorial lacked tension. The hosts held the meeting with an ascending advantage and won without doubts.
A prize ceremony was held after the final match. Initially, the best young basketball player of the tournament was awarded. The prize was set by Kutaisi Zurab Sakandelidze Basketball Club. The winner of the prize was Luka Gorgodze from Kutaisi, who was awarded by the president of the club, Temur Qoridze.
The prize for the best point guard of the tournament was awarded to Adrian Bowie from Kutaisi, by the Head of the Competition Department of the Georgian National Basketball Federation, Zviad Kotrikadze. The title of the best forward was awarded to the legionnaire of the Kutaisi team Jarvis Ray, by the member of the Parliament of Georgia, Zaza Lominadze.
Kutaisi Captain Akaki Dvalishvili was awarded the Zurab Sakandelidze and Mikheil Qorqia Cup by Kutaisi Mayor Ioseb Khakhaleishvili and Chairman of the Board of the Georgian National Basketball Federation Paata Guraspauli.