www.islandstats.com continues to bring you daily round-ups of Sports sponsored by Horizon Communications, today we bring you the news that Daniel Philips has been crowned the ITF J4 Bayamón Puerto Rico Bowl Champion after a tough Final battle.
David Maycock would once again take to the lanes for the Squad Pro Tour Qualifier at the Lubbock Sports Open in Texas.
The Devonshire Cougars traveled to the Southampton Oval and came away with a 5 – 1 victory over the Southampton Rangers.
The Somerset Trojans traveled to Bernard’s Park and came away with all three points in their 2 – 1 win over the North Village Rams.
At the Wellington Oval, the PHC Zebras defeated the St. George’s Colts 3 – 0.
The Dandy Town Hornets defeated Robin Hood 4 – 1 at the BAA Field.
The Boulevard Blazers moved back into second place in the Standings following this 1 – 0 win over Wolves at the BAA Field.
Hamilton Parish defeated St. David’s at the Wellington Oval 4 – 1. At the Police Field, Young Men Social Club defeated Ireland Rangers 2 – 1.
Fifteen Bermuda overseas Footballers teams were in action, with three players finding the back of the net on the day.
The Sensei Roots Invitational Shia Martial Arts Tournament took place inside the Whitney Institute Gymnasium.
The Bermuda Mountain Bike and Road Racers riders teamed up with the Bermuda Paralympic Association as a fundraising cycling event that saw participants ride from Dockyard to Ferry Reach Park in St. George’s.
The Three Day Bermuda Amateur Swimming Association’s Short Course Championships concluded at the National Sports Center.
Just day’s after the Bermuda tourism authority announced a track meet at the national sports center with media coverage from some who have shown they have no interest in Bermuda athletes the Bermuda National Athletics Association’s 2022 Track and Field season continued at the National Sports Center with the 8th Meet of the Year.
The Bermuda Karting Club 2021-2022 season continued with Trophy Day #4 – AMSOIL Trophy Day 2022 at the Southside Motor Sports Park.
Casey Truran and his Savannah College of Arts and Design (SCAD) Equestrian teammates won the last IHSA Regular Season Event.
It was tournament day in three of the four Bermuda Netball Association Divisions.
The Renegades Ladies will face the Police Ladies in the Scully Women’s Cup Final, while the Renegades will face the Teachers in the Men’s Final.
The second event of the Inaugural Moongate Tour season took place at the Ocean View Golf Course, and for the second time, this season an amateur claimed the victory.
Meanwhile, in warmer but breezy conditions Oliver Betschart continued produce good results on the Southern Texas PGA Junior Tour.
Three Bermuda sailors competed in the UKLA Noble Marine & Ovington Second Qualifier in Weymouth.
In Bermuda Field Hockey matches at the National Sports Center over the weekend, the Pink Robins and the Ravens played to a 1 – 1 draw.
The Bermuda Basketball Association’s Island Basketball League continued inside the Cedarbridge Academy Gymnasium, with a double-header that produced 226 points in the two matches.
The second Bermuda Flag Football League (BFFL) play-off Semi-Final took place at the TN Tatem Middle School Field, with the Killa Squad defeating the Blue Bombers 40 – 25.