www.islandstats.com continues to bring you daily round-ups of Sports sponsored by Horizon Communications, today we bring you the news that, on this the eve of the 2021 Cup Match Classic, the buzz around the world is still on Flora Duffy. Duffy has been the most requested person for an interview after her performance in the Women's Individual Triathlon yesterday that resulted in Bermuda becoming the smallest country to win gold medal at a summer Olympic Games.
St. George’s Cricket Club recently received a grant of $75,000 to assist with their Cup Match preparations, on and for the presentation was Premier David Burt, Neil Paynter, President of St George’s Cricket Club, Sports Minister Ernest Peets, National Security Minister Renee Ming, and area MPs Lovitta Foggo and Kim Swan.
Delray Rawlins was not in the Southern Brave team as they fell to 0&2 on the season in The Hundred falling to the Welsh Fire by 18 runs
Following Premier and First Division Cricket as well as Bermudian Cricketers playing abroad in action over the weekend, today we take a look at the top performers from the results posted on www.islandstats.com.
Youth sailor Sebastian Kempe continued competing at the 2021 ILCA 6 Youth World Championships in Arco, Italy.
Kaden Hopkins continued competing in the Vuelta a Madrid Under 23 Road Race.
Nahki Wells scored to put Bristol City in control in a 4 - 0 win over Exeter City.
Justin Donawa and is Solihull teammates picked up a 1 – 0 win over Stourbridge FC in a pre-season friendly.
Watford FC are delighted to announce that six players including Kane Crichlow from the Academy have signed professional deals.
Ajani Burchall’s Aston Villa Under-18 Premier League South fixtures have been confirmed for the 2021/22 season.