Following the Lepercq Memorial which took place on Sunday June 26th at the Pembroke Sunday School, the Bermuda Karate Organization has determined the top five active competitors based on points accumulated over three events.
32 Talia Iris 08 Gavin Bishop 06 Kent Bean 04 James Sebastian-Chee 04 Richard Pulley
Masters: 24 Andrea McKey 12 Richard Gibbons 07 Anthony Leader 05 Andre Joseph 05 Suzanne Erickson
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Bermuda Gymnast Continue Strong Showing in USAIGC
Members of the Bermuda Gymnastics team were back in action at the USAIGC (United States and International Association of Independent Gymnastics Clubs) World Tournament going on in Orlando, Florida at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress Hotel.
The day started with the 12 and 13 year old Bronze Finals with Furbert-Jacobs, Daria Symonds and Kayode George.
Meanwhile Jezhari Talbot is off to a rocking start in her first day of Silver Level competition, posting a huge 9.475 on the floor.
Kyra King, Azalea Pontes and Bella Charles who won Vault and Bars as a team, while placing second as a team on Beam, landing the Bermuda Copper Level team in fourth place at 2016 USAIGC Championships.
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Trott Becomes the Latest Cricketer England Bound
Dean Minors & Charles Trott
The number of young Bermudian Cricketers playing in England has increased by one with PHC youngster Charles Trott Jr heading off to play cricket with Oxtead Cricket Club also training alongside Surrey's Professional Cricketers.
Seventeen year old Trott was spotted by Bermuda National Team World Cup wicketkeeper Dean Minors 2 years ago when he played against him in a Twenty20 match at Somerset Cricket Club.
Trott has since played in some 36 Fifty Over matches and 4 Twenty20 matches, over that period he is ranked 3rd in his team.
Trott has 475 total runs at an average of 14.84 in the fifty over games, while he averages 16.33 in the Twenty20 matches, he has a highest score of 58 in the Fifty Overs and 42 in the Twenty20.
In the Fifty Over matches, Trott has bowled 218.4-22-947-53, with his best being 4-30 and he has bowled 14-0-105-4 in the Twenty20 with his best being 2-23.
This opportunity to travel was all orchestrated by Minors and strongly supported by PHC Incorporated and the PHC Foundation.
Trott is extremely thankful for this opportunity and would like to thank Dean Minors, PHC Incorporated, The PHC Foundation, his Coaches at PHC and ultimately his family for all their love and support over the years.
As we do with all the youngsters who inform us that they are moving onto bigger things we will keep you informed on Trottís performances.
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
14 Gallery Pictures Posted from a Week of Sports
Sports dominated this past week with more than fourteen different Sporting Events held across the island, yet again Sports has proven it continues to bring people in our communities together in Bermuda and www.islandstats.com has covered most of them over the last week and today we have posted galleries of fourteen different events in each Sports Page.
This past week saw www.islandstats.com cover, YAO Baseball Cubs-Marlins action, Bermuda Cycling Road Race Championships, Bermuda Cricket, Foil Fest, Docksider Harbour Open Swim Meet, Lepercq Memorial Martial Arts Tournament, Bermuda Olympic Team Announcement, Bermuda Annual Seagull Race, the 6th Annual Bascome/Lowe Charity Shield Classic, the AXIS Squash Challenge 2016, ITF Bermuda Junior Tennis Tournament, Bermuda Pacers Track Meet, Trunk Island Swim and Wednesday Night Sailing.
The USAIGC (United States and International Association of Independent Gymnastics Clubs) World Tournament being held in Orlando, Florida at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress Hotel continued with Bermudaís Gymnast once again in action.
Sanaa Burgess kept Bermuda Gymnastics Association going by qualifying to All FOUR event finals. This included a second place finish on Vault and fifth place finish over all for the 11 year old Bronze level category.
Teammates Laura Hupman, Annabelle Miller and Bailey Boyd followed in Burgess footsteps with some of their most impressive gymnastics this season.
Miller will have an opportunity to compete in the Floor Event Finals with teammate Boyd who placed 5th overall in the All-Around competition qualifying her onto 3 Event Finals (Vault, Beam and Floor) with Burgess.
Bethany Cooze and Ella Tear finished up their World Championships experience with top 10 finishes on their individual event final routines which they qualified for after a truly inspiring All-Around competition.