www.islandstats.com continues to bring you daily round-ups of Sports sponsored by Horizon Communications, today we bring you the news that Bermuda claimed one Final Medal on the final night of the competition as the CCCAN Championships concluded in Barbados.
It was a long day on the dock for the ILCA 6 competitors including Bermuda pair Sebastian Kempe and Nicole Stovell, as the light winds made it impossible for race officials to get a race started for the Male and Female Fleets.
Meanwhile, Campbell Patton sailed to victory in the ILCA7 Atlantic Coast Championships.
The 2022 R&A Junior Open continued in Scotland, with 13-year-old Oliver Betschart, the Bermuda Golf Association Male Junior representative for 2022, making the CUT.
Meanwhile, Daniel Augustus took to the course for his second Round of the APGA Tour at TPC Deere Run, in Illinois.
Delray Rawlins and his Sussex teammates put on a mammoth 588 runs in their first innings before the away side dug in to fight back on and a well-contested second day of County Cricket at The 1st Central County Ground.
Bermuda Junior Squash players were back in action competing in the Junior Caribbean Squash Association Championships (CASA) in Guyana.
In the lone Bermuda Football Association Women’s Division match at the Clyde Best Center of Excellence Field, the League Leaders Somerset Big Ballers defeated the Dandy Stars 3 – 0 to open up a three point lead on second place Footy Queens.
Nathan Trott and Remi Coddington came off the bench helping West Ham United continued their pre-season programme with a 1 - 1 draw at Boreham Wood on Tuesday night.
Nahki Wells and his Bristol City teammates were held to a goalless draw with Portsmouth at the Robins High Performance Centre.
Bermuda Elite and Senior athletes still have a lot to compete for this summer. Jah Nhai Perinchief will be at the World Championship, in Eugene, Oregon July 16th – 24th. Following World’s Perinchief, Caitlyn Bobb, Sakari Famous, Tiara DeRosa and Dage Minors will be competing in the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England, August 2nd – 7th.
The Bermuda Basketball Association's Senior Men's National team began their second Development tour for this year going down 75 – 72 to Team Canca in the Dominican Republic.
In Women’s League Netball action the Stars defeated the BHB Angels 29 – 14, the Tigers defeated the North Village Lady Rams 42 – 20, the PHC Lady Zebras defeated the St. George’s Lady Colts 20 – 17, and i the Final Game in the Coed League the North Village Rams defeated PwC 18 – 12.