www.islandstats.com continues to bring you daily round-ups of Sports sponsored by Horizon Communications, today we bring you the news that the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association says it is ready to put on a show after the Government gave the go-ahead to stage the three-day Carifta Championships from April 16th – 18th, 2022.
Bermuda National Men’s Bowling Team took to the lanes as the International Bowling Federation Super World Championships continued in the United Arab Emirates.
Daniel Augustus concluded competing in the Farmers Insurance Fall Series Championship at the Wilshire Country Club in California.
Meanwhile, Ocean View Pros Brian Morris and Delyone Borden got back to winning ways as they picked up their sixth win out of seven games against Port Royal Pros in the Greg Maybury Cup.
Ten Bermuda Footballers teams were in action across Europe, with mixed results.
Kenni Thompson was an unused substitute as her London City Lionesses teammates ran out 2-0 winners against Sunderland A.F.C Ladies.
Delia Ebbin and her Barry Town United Ladies FC, teammates defeated The New Saints FC Women 3 – 1.
Jonté Smith started on the bench as his Ballymena United teammates won their Northern Ireland League Cup Quarter-Final match 3 – 1 against Linfield.
Dale Eve was once again out through injury as his Spennymoor Town FC teammates fell 2 – 0 to Brackley Town.
Kole Hall and his Radcliffe teammates winning streak came to an end with a 3 – 1 defeat at the hands of Ashton United.
T’ai Williams and his Deeping Rangers teammates took on Skegness Town and went down 3 – 1.
Reggie Lambe and Willie Clemons both started for the Stowmarket Town as they defeated Basildon United 2 – 0.
D’Andre Wainwright and his Redcar Athletic FC teammates went down 2 – 0 to Bishop Auckland in Northern League Division One action.
J'nai Butterfield-Steede and his Kendal Town teammates went down 3 – 0 to the Runcorn Linnets.
Daniel Phillips returned to the court on the Casely Clay Court Open Championships circuit in Florida.
Jade Hannah and her USC Women's Swimming and Diving teammates emerged victorious after defeating Pac-12 rival Arizona State.
Campbell Patton completed in two Silver Fleet races as the ILCA 7 World Laser Championships continued in Spain.