Bermuda Olympian Tre Houston along with World Indoor Bronze medalists, Tahesia Harrigan-Scott and LaVerne Jones-Ferrette, are just some of the Caribbean stars down to participate at the Alinan Pompey Invitational on June 18th in Guyana.
Harrigan-Scott, British Virgin Islands' 2008 World Indoor 60m bronze medalist, is set for a 100m showdown with Jones-Ferette of US Virgin Islands. Jones-Ferette is her country's 100m and 200m record holder with 11.07 and 22.46, respectively.
Also in the field, is Barbados' 200m record holder with 22.91, Jade Bailey.
Harrigan-Scott, the 2006 and 2010 Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games 100m champion, will also contest the women's 200m.
Samantha Edwards of Antigua, Ashley Kelly, also of BVI, and Jones-Ferrette are also in the half lap field.
Guyanese duo of Adam Harris and Jeremy Bascom will take on Houston and Ayedole Taffe and Kyle Geraux, both of Trinidad and Tobago, in the men's 100m dash.
Tabarie Henry of USVI, USA's Brycen Spralin are in the men's 400m.
The women's 400m should be hot with former CAC and Carifta Games champion Kadecia Baird of Guyana, Kineke Alexander of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Kelly and Edwards.
Eddie Lovett of USVI, Rueben Walters of Trinidad and Tobago, Brian Richards of Canada and Joshua Thompson are listed for the men's 110m hurdles.
Janeil Bellille of Trinidad and Tobago leads the women's 400m hurdles field, which also includes Katrina Seymour of Bahamas, and Guyanese, Jenea McCammon and Jaivairia Bacote.