Trey Mallory competed in the TriTennis Turkey Bowl National Open - Tennis Recruiting.net Showcase Series Level 7.
Playing in the Boys' 16 Singles, Mallory won his opening match defeating Adrian Barone in straight sets 6-1, 6-1 in the Round of 32.
Mallory would then face off against Codrin Miller in the Round of 16, Mallory would make light work of Miller as well winning 6-0, 6-1.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
School Names Pool After World Champion Former Student
Warwick Academy hosted a ceremony to officially rename their swimming pool after Multiple World Triathlon Champion, Xterra World Champion and Bermuda Female Athlete of the Year Flora Duffy.
Duffy, who has had an extraordinary year, which will be capped off when she is married in three weeks time, attended Warwick Academy and received the honor of the school naming the pool after her.
Warwick Academy Principle David Horan said, “Duffy is an exceptional role model, and that the school felt it was an honor to recognize her accomplishments by naming the pool after Duffy.”
Horan went on to say, “Duffy’s accomplishments can also show everyone who visits their school that - Great Sports People - start somewhere, even in such a small place as Bermuda.”
Monday, November 20, 2017
Simons Named to the FIFA Referee Assistant List
Simons Training in Red
www.islandstats.com can reveal that Tashun Simons has been named to the FIFA Assistant Referee List for 2018.
Bermuda Football Association 2nd Vice President and Referee Chairman Crenstant Williams shared the exciting news on his Social Media Page.
Williams stated, “Sir Grimes your dream has been fulfilled. Tashun Simons take a bow and now the hard work starts.”
“EXCELLENCE is a must so continue to strive for GREATNESS!!! Soooo proud of you my son!! Keep your feet on the ground, CONCACAF and FIFA get ready,” continued Williams.
Williams goes on to write, “We have 3 more to join you!!! This is Bitter sweet as I only wish I could've shared the news with my mentor Gregory Grimes!!!!”
Williams concluded, “We are on a mission and we won't stop!!!”
Williams thanked several people, “Sending out a Huge shout out to Larry Mussenden for handing me the chairmanship and issuing the challenge to get FIFA listed persons!!
Also big thanks to Mark Wade, Troy Lewis, Lyndon Raynor, Anthony Francis and Kelesha Antoine for your work and encouragement with Tashun. Lastly thank you to Marita Williams for enduring the weekends, room not cleaned, always on the go and everything else.
Anything is possible once you have a plan and a vision!!!!”
It was earlier this year that well known International referee Periluigi Collina has sent a message to an up and coming Bermuda Referee Simons.
Collina has been named FIFA's "Best Referee of the Year" six consecutive times and is widely considered to be the greatest football referee of all time.
Sunday, November 19, 2017
Terceira & Nisbett Conclude Competing in the Netherlands
Jillian Terceira and Patrick Nisbett concluded competing in the CSI2*/CSI1*/CSIYH1* De Peelbergen Winter International Horse Jumping Event.
On the Final Day in Kronenberg in the Netherlands the pair took to the ring.
Nisbett and Jahwara d'Ysenbeeck Z finished 21st competing in the 1.30m CSI1* Accumulator on Time Class, the pair clocked a time of 49.78 and they Accumulated 56 points.
During the 1.35m CSI2* Accumulator on Time Class, Nisbett and Balasz finished 10th, they clocked a time of 53.60 and Accumulated 65 points, Terceira and Chakova finished 50th, they clocked a time of 49.65 and they also Accumulated 25 points.
Nisbett and Da Vinci finished 33rd with a time of 72.52, but they had 4 Penalty Fault Points while competing in the 1.35m CSI2* Table A with Jump-Off Class.
Terceira and Amarulla finished 4th competing in the 1.30m CSI1* Grand Prix Table A with Jump-Off Class, they recorded a Clear Round time of 62.04, before clocking a Clear Round Jump-Off time of 28.78.
Saturday, November 18, 2017
Bermuda Trio Continue Competing in the Netherlands
Jillian Terceira, Patrick Nisbett and Tyler Lopes continued taking part in the CSI2*/CSI1*/CSIYH1* De Peelbergen Winter International Horse Jumping Event.
On Day Three in Kronenberg in the Netherlands all three took to the ring.
Competing in the 1.35m CSI2* Table A on Time Class, Nisbett finished 61st riding Balasz they clocked a time of 60.06, but they had 4 Penalty Fault points, while Terceira and Chakova finished 79th clocking 61.55, but they also had 8 Penalty Fault Points.
During the 1.30m CSI1* Two Phases Class, Terceira and Amarulla finished 46th after clocking a Clear First Phase time of 52.14, but they would record a Second Phase Time of 25.39, but they had 4 Penalty Fault Points.
Lopes finished 86th clocking a time of 53.42, but they also had 12 Penalty Fault Points and Nisbett riding Jahwara d'Ysenbeeck Z were Eliminated.
Nisbett and Da Vinci finished 51st competing in the 1.40m CSI2* Table A with Jump-off Class, the pair clocked a time of 67.46, but they had 12 Penalty Fault Points.