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Monday, July 03, 2017
Bermuda Bowlers Qualify for CAC Games

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Bermuda Bowlers Qualify for the CAC Games after finishing 7th in the Central American and Caribbean Bowling Confederation Championships in Guatemala.

Bermuda finished the prestigious team events with a total score of 5702, Levinc Samuels had a high game of 279 in game 4 of the team events.

The team event was won by Puerto Rico.

In Men's all events Samuels was the high Bermudian finisher, finishing 29th in the 100 Men field with a total score of 4849 pins, David Maycock finished 31st with a score of 4843 pins, Rickai Binns finished 41st with a score of 4690 pins, while Lamar Richardson finished 47th with a score of 4690 pins. Damien Matthews finished 50th with a score of 4588 pins and Akeem Talbot finished 67th with a score of 4312 pins.

Bermuda also finished 7th place overall successfully qualifying for next years CAC games in Barranquilla Colombia where only the top 10 countries qualified.

At the closing ceremonies Bermuda's Steven Riley was presented with a plaque for the team qualifying for the CAC Games.

Thursday, June 29, 2017
Bermuda Confederation Championships Update

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Bermudaís National Menís Bowling team continued competing in the Central American and Caribbean Bowling Confederation Championships in Guatemala.

Members of the Bermuda team competed in the Menís Trio Event that featured 33 teams.

The team of Damien Matthews, Akeem Talbot and David Maycock finished in 15th place with a score of 3493 pins.

With a score of 3409 pins the team of Lamar Richardson, Levinc Samuels and Rickai Binns finished in 16th place.

The team are currently 6th place overall and look on course to qualify for next years CAC games in Barranquilla Colombia where the top 9 countries qualify for the CAC games.

Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Bermuda Confederation Championships Update

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Bermudaís National Menís Bowling team continued competing in the Central American and Caribbean Bowling Confederation Championships in Guatemala.

The team competed in the Menís Doubles where a total of 50 Doubles teams competed

Lamar Richardson and Levinc Samuels finished in 10th place with a score of 2468 pins, while David Maycock and Rickai Binns were 24th with a score of 2276 pins, with Damien Matthews & Akeem Talbot finishing in 32nd place with a score of 2152 pins.

Monday, June 26, 2017
Bermuda Confederation Championships Update

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Bermudaís National Menís Bowling team began competing in the Central American and Caribbean Bowling Confederation Championships in Guatemala.

Bermudaís team of Lamar Richardson, Damien Matthews, Rickai Binns, David Maycock, Levinc Samuels Akeem Talbot, Steven Riley, Antoine Jones (Coach) and Calvin Basden went up against the best bowlers in the Americas.

In the Men's Singles that featured 100 bowlers, Binns finished 13th with 1269 pins, Samuels had 1257 pins good enough for 15th, while Matthews finished one spot back with 1255 pins. Finishing 22nd was Maycock with 1235 pins, while Richardson had 1157 pins which placed him 46th and Talbot finished 69th with 1087 pins.

The Bermuda team are currently in 5th place overall out of 17 countries.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017
Bermuda To Contest Confederation Championships

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Bermudaís National Menís Bowling team head out of the island this week for the Central American and Caribbean Bowling Confederation Championships in Guatemala. The Championships runs from June 24th to July 2nd.

Bermudaís team of Lamar Richardson, Damien Matthews, Rickai Binns, David Maycock, Levinc Samuels Akeem Talbot, Steven Riley, Antoine Jones (Coach) and Calvin Basden will be up against the best bowlers in the Americas.

The team will compete in Singles, Doubles, Trios, Team Event and the Masters Event with each event consisting of a total of six qualifying games to determine who will win Gold, Silver and Bronze.

The most prestigious event will be the Team Event which was last won by Team Colombia.

The team has been training the last few months under the watchful eye of Coach Antoine Jones and will also be vying for a qualifying spot in next yearís CAC games in Barranquilla Colombia. The top ten countries with the highest combined pinfall after all the events combined qualify for next yearís CAC games.

Most members of Team Bermuda have a wealth of international experience, having represented Bermuda in various International events in the past. Matthewsí bowled a perfect 300 game at the just completed TNBA Championships in Las Vegas Nevada and also captured a bronze medal at the 2010 CAC games, Maycock missed a bronze medal by one pin in menís singles at last yearís Commonwealth Championship in Johannesburg South Africa, and Talbot will be making his international debut.

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