Three members of the Bermuda Gymnastics Association competed in the Pan American Senior Gymnastics Championships in the All-Around Sub Division at the Hershey Center in Ontario, Canada.
Sydney Mason finished 51st with an overall score of 39.550%, she recorded a score of 12.35 during her Vault routine that saw her finish 55th, she then finished 63rd with a score of 7.50 on the Uneven Bars. Mason then finished 66th with a score of 10.35 during her Balance Beam competition and then she closed out with a score of 39.55 during her Floor Exercise that saw her finish 51st.
With a score of 37.750 saw Zantae Dill finish 60th overall, Dill recorded a 66th place finish during her Vault with a score of 11.50, she followed that up finishing 66th with a score of 7.20 on the Uneven Bars. An 8.35 score during her Balance Beam routine saw Dill finish 71st and then she closed out with a 61st place finish with a score of 10.70 during her Floor Exercise.
Gabrielle Vincent finished 63rd overall with a score of 37.100, she finished 66th with a score of 11.50 during her Vault routine, then Vincent scored 7.70 on her Uneven Bars routine that saw her finish 62nd. During her Balance Beam competition Vincent finished 70th with a score of 8.50 and then she closed out finishing 70th during her Floor Exercise with a score of 9.40.
Saturday, August 30, 2014
Leverock & Horsham Win Premier League Match
Kamau Leverock and his Horsham Cricket Club teammates 1st XI took on Three Bridges Cricket Club 1st XI at the Horsham Cricket Club in the Sussex Cricket League 1st XI Premier League.
Horsham won the toss and elected to bat, they scored 220/8 in 58 overs, Leverock batting at number 7 scored 22 runs off 23 deliveries hitting 3 fours.
In reply Three Bridges were bowled all out for 117, with Horsham recording a 103 run victory.
Leverock returned figures of 7-0-20-1, his new ball partner Travis Muller had figures of 9-1-37-5 and Michael Munday bowled 8-1-29-4.
Friday, August 29, 2014
Manders & Franks are Logic Players of the Week
Logic and the Bermuda Cricket Board announced that the Logic Premier Division ‘Player of the Week’ is Tre Manders of Bailey’s Bay. Manders scored 47 not out in his teams 8 wicket victory over St. David’s Cricket Club at the Lord’s in St. David’s.
The Logic First Division ‘Player of the Week’ is Kijuan Franks of Flatt’s Victoria. Franks scored 50 runs in his team’s 1 wicket victory over the Devonshire Recreation Club, Franks also bowled 5 overs and gave up 13 runs.
The presentation was made by Michael Brangman, of Logic Communications Ltd.
Logic 50 Overs Premier League Standings
109 St. David’s Cricket Club 103 Southampton Rangers 84 Willow Cuts 74 Bailey’s Bay 48 Somerset Cricket Club 30 St. George’s Cricket Club 25 Cleveland County
Logic 50 Overs First Division League Standings
110 Flatt’s Victoria 105 Western Stars 85 Somerset Bridge 55 Bermuda Under 17 National Team 49 Devonshire Recreation Club 32 PHC 19 Warwick Workman’s Club
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Submit Your Clyde Best West Ham Memories
As work continues apace on West Ham United's new home, the Club are kicking off the exciting process of collating supporters' memories, stories and experiences to be incorporated into the Stadium's design.
West Ham United the place were Clyde Best became World Renown is now celebrating some 110 years at its current home, the 2015/16 season will mark a unique opportunity to watch the Hammers at the Boleyn Ground for the final time, before making the historic move to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
If you have a memory of Best playing for West Ham at the Grounds, you are also asked to submit your memories to the Club.
A Club Statement reads: That the new Stadium feels and looks like West Ham's home is absolutely paramount and we need your help to make that a reality.
To that end, we want to hear from you. Whether you are a Season Ticket Holder or a fan from afar, we would like to know what you value most about the Hammers.
Is it a matchday chorus of Bubbles, the atmosphere at the Boleyn Ground, the Claret and Blue or simply the shared passion with the West Ham family? Whatever it is, we want to hear about it.
Tell us about the generations of support in your family, your passion for the Club you love, the lengths you go to support the team and what it means to be a proud member of the Claret and Blue Army.
Submissions need be no longer than 250 words and supporters are asked to address them to YourStadium@westhamunited.co.uk.
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Olympic Milestones Reached for Twenty-Six
Peter Bromby Carrying the 2004 Bermuda Flag
A total of 26 Athletes will each celebrate Olympic Milestones this year.
Kirk Cooper, Jay Hooper, Penny Simmons and Conrad Soares all participated in the Tokyo 1964 Olympics marking 50 Years.
Celebrating 30 Years after participating in the Los Angeles 1984 Olympics are Clarence Saunders, Gregory Simons, Sonia Smith, Bill Trott, Buddy Ford, Earl Godfrey, Clyde Wilson, Peter Gray, Victor Ruberry, Alan Burland, Christopher Nash and Hugh Watlington.
Xavier James, Katura Horton-Perinchief, Tim Collins, Peter Bromby, Lee White, Paula Lewin, Peta Lewin, Christine Patton, Kiera Aitken and Tyler Butterfield are all celebrating 10 Years having participated in the Greece 2004 Olympics.
The 1964 Summer Olympics, officially known as the Games of the XVIII Olympiad, was held in Tokyo, Japan from October 10th to 24th. Tokyo had been awarded the organization of the 1940 Summer Olympics, but this honor was subsequently passed to Helsinki because of Japan's invasion of China, before ultimately being canceled because of World War II. The 1964 Summer Games were the first Olympics held in Asia, and the first time South Africa was barred from taking part due to its apartheid system in sports.
The 1984 Summer Olympics, officially known as the Games of the XXIII Olympiad, was held in Los Angeles, California, United States in 1984. When Tehran, the only other interested city on the international level, declined to bid due to the concurrent Iranian political and social changes, the IOC awarded Los Angeles the Games by default. This was the second occasion Los Angeles hosted the games; it previously hosted in 1932.
The 2004 Summer Olympic Games was officially known as the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad, was held in Athens, Greece, from August 13th to 29th with the motto Welcome Home.