By Priscilla Harry Eda Tech Scorpions became NCD Volleyball Association women’s premier competition leaders when they edged MI Electrical U-Mi yet 3 sets to 2 in the tie breaker at the Taurama Aquatic and Indoor Stadium on Saturday. Scorpions came in full force with Micelle Walo, Isa Hicks, Titi Walo and setter Melisa Pokana playing leading roles started firing from all cylinders to win the first two sets; 25-18 and 25-20 while MJ U-Mi Yet tried to work out and workable team combination. MJ U-Mi Yet started and struggled with lower division players in; outside hitters; Felicia Mala and Elayne Daviona and young setter, Viola Unatah who had to cover the setting role as regulars failed to turn up. They finally got it together in the third set with good passing, Viola was able to connect with her hitters. Emily Bae, who led with the number of kills at the net and she was supported by Felicia and Elayne while Hitolo Raka and Annreka Garena stood firm in the middle. MJ U-Mi YET won the third and fourth sets; 25-16 and 25-19 and forced the game into a tie breaker. The MJ Electrical sponsored side was leading 8-6 when the two teams changed side’s midway in the decider, then committed three unforced errors and that allowed the Stingers come back into the match. And this presented a perfect opportunity for Michelle to hammer the final nail to their coffin 15-13 and the match 3 sets to 2. In the other women’s fixtures; PTPSL Telikom nailed Vailima and Jamas beat Ela motors 3 sets to zero. On the men’s courts; PTPSL Telikom ousted Vailima 3-1, Eda Tech Scorpions defeated MJ U-Mi Yet in straight sets and Jamas thrashed Vailima 3 to nil.