www.islandstats.com continues to bring you daily round-ups of Sports sponsored by Horizon Communications, today we bring you the news that the Senior Women’s National Team is preparing for the next round of matches in the CONCACAF Women’s Championship Qualifiers.
Meanwhile, the much anticipated Friendship trophy Semi-Final match between the Premier Division League Leaders Dandy Town Hornets and second place PHC Zebras took place at the Devonshire Recreation Club, and it did not disappoint the large crowd on hand.
Nantwich Town announced the signing of attacking player Kole Hall on a dual-registration from Altrincham.
Mia Fishel would score twice to lead U.A.N.L.- Tigres Women to a 6 – 0 win over Atl. San Luis Women on the road.
Delia Ebbin was an unused substitute as her Barry Town United Ladies Football teammates fell to The New Saints FC Women 2 – 0.
Willie Clemons, Reggie Lambe, and their Stowmarket Town teammates took on Leiston FC and would advance through to the Turners Hyundai Suffork Premier Cup Final with a 3 - 0 win.
Zeiko Lewis and his Sacramento teammates gave the club its second win to start the season, a 2-1 victory over FC Tulsa at Heart Health Park.
Delray Rawlins and his Sussex teammates drew with Durham UCCE as rain brought the third and final day of the match to a premature end.
Yet another four more Bermuda athletes took to the track to represent their schools.
The Amstel Ultra-Fast 4 Invitational at the Fairmont Southampton Tennis Courts, came to an end with exciting finals taking place.
Casey Truran and his Savannah College of Arts and Design (SCAD) Equestrian teammates won its ninth-consecutive National Tournament of Champions Overall Series.
Finn Moseley represented Plymouth Leander at the Devon Relays and Interclub Swim Meet in the UK.
In the latest round of Bermuda Ball Hockey Winter League double-header action at the PCC Hockey Rink, a total of 9 goals were scored between the two matches.
In Mixed Majors Bowling League action at the Warwick Lanes, the Warriors went down 17 - 3 to the MiniMax Forwarders, Fight Back defeated Spare Change 13 – 7, while the Mix Ups fell 14 – 6 to the Unpredictables, and the Movers "N" Shakers went down 12 - 8 to the Activators.
In Second Spring Senior Bowling League action at the Warwick Lanes saw the Islanders defeat the Blue Angels 4 – 0, while the Pinsplitters defeated Just Kickin 3 – 1, Star Lites defeated the Last Pin 3 – 1, and the Drifters fell 4 – 0 to the New Comers.