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Tuesday, May 21, 2019
BSSF Middle School Boy's Badminton Round Up

Noel Johnston repeated as Under 13 Champion at the Bermuda School Sports Federation Middle School Boys Badminton Tournament.

The Warwick Academy student defeated Eli Carpol from Somersfield Academy in straight games 11-3, 11-1 in the Final, number one seed Johnston defeated classmate Vincent Boisvert 11-7 in the Semi-Final while Carpol defeated Warwick’s Sebestian Pukk 14-12 in the other Semi-Final.

Boisvert and Pukk joined forces to win the Under 13 Doubles Title, they defeated the Somersfield pair of Aiden Wells and Odin Heinz in a three match thriller in the final.

The Somersfield duo won the first game 11-6 before Warwick came back to win the second game 11-5. This set up for a thrilling third set which Warwick won 14-12.

The champions defeated the Somersfield team of Carpol and Milo Morrison 11-9 in their Semi-Final, while Heinz and Wells got by Warwick’s Boisvert and Harlan Watson Brown 11-6 in the other Semi-Final.

Somersfield Academy’s Machai Whitter captured the Singles and Doubles Titles in the Over 13 Division.

Whitter defeated Warwick Academy’s Charles Boisvert in straight games 11-5, 11-9. Whitter defeated Jake Roberts of Mount Saint Agnes 11-3 in the Quarter-Finals before defeating Warwick’s Matthew Brooks 11-8 in the Semi-Finals. Brooks defeated Michael Costello 12-10 in his Quarter-Final matchup. Boisvert defeated Warwick’s Antonio Warner 11-5 in his Quarter-Final then Nick Kempe from Somersfield Academy 11-7 in the Semi-Final. Kempe had defeated Blake Oliveira 11-5 in his Quarter-Final.

Whitter teamed up with Costello to win the Doubles competition. The duo defeated the pair of Boisvert and Brooks in straight games in the Final.
Monday, May 20, 2019
Bermuda Inside Sports Talk Radio Live

Inside Sports Talk Radio will air on www.islandstats.com today Monday May 20th at 12:15pm.

This Live Radio Sports Talk Show is hosted weekly by Ian Rawlins and co-hosted by Earl Basden will be in the offices of Argus.

The show is for a 90 minute period that includes interviews and members of the public calling in.

Sunday, May 19, 2019
Bermuda Gold Point Archery Outdoor Week 3

Week Three of the Gold Point Archery Outdoor Shoot League saw the Archers once again compete in near perfect conditions at the Southside Outdoor Archery facility.

The Adult Barebow shooter winner on the day was Ed Silvia shooting at the 30m 80cm distance recorded 572 points.

Ernest McCallan would win the Adult Recurve Division on the day at the 30m 80cm distance with 610 points

The Bowman Recurve winner for the day was Cataleya McCallan who was shooting at the 10m 80cm distance with 576 points.

Zavia Smith-Blakeney won the Cadet Recurve 10m 80cm distance with 573 points.

Saturday, May 18, 2019
Leverock Bowls Caythorpe CC To Victory

Kamau Leverock turned out for Caythorpe Cricket Club, Notts - 1st XI in their Nottinghamshire Cricket Board Premier League match against Papplewick and Linby Cricket Club 1st XI.

Leverock and his Caythorpe Cricket Club Notts - 1st XI teammates picked up a victory by 121 runs.

Batting first Caythorpe Cricket Club Notts - 1st XI were bowled out for 214 after 49.2 overs, Martyn Dobson was the top scorer with 78, while James Oldham added 62, Leverock was out first ball without scoring. Jim Rhodes was the pick of the Papplewick and Linby Cricket Club 1st XI bowlers with figures of 12-3-28-4.

In reply Papplewick and Linby Cricket Club 1st XI were bowled out for 93, James Taylor was the top scorer with 41, while Leverock led the Caythorpe Cricket Club Notts - 1st XI bowling attack returning figures of 11-4-16-6.

Caythorpe Cricket Club Notts - 1st XI Inning

..05 (15) Lyndon James c Harry Ratcliffe b Jim Rhodes
..02 (15) Tom Hart c Harry Ratcliffe b Richard Hodgkinson
..78 (107) Martyn Dobson LBW Jim Rhodes
..04 (05) Hishaam Khan LBW Richard Hodgkinson
..00 (01) Kamau Leverock c & b Richard Hodgkinson
..62 (97) James Oldham LBW Jim Rhodes
..13 (21) Joe Ashdown st Harry Ratcliffe b Ben Bhabra
..00 (02) Andrew Staszkiewicz c James Taylor b Jim Rhodes
..08 (27) James Hindson st Harry Ratcliffe b George Blatherwick
..02 (02) Jonathan Miller Not Out

..07 (05) Max Shenton b Ben Bhabra
..24 Extras (2lb-21w-1nb)
214 Total All Out after 49.2 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-20 (James), 2-20 (Hart), 3-24 (Khan), 4-26 (Leverock), 5-181 (Dobson), 6-186 (Oldham), 7-186 (Staszkiewicz), 8-205 (Ashdown), 9-205 (Hindson), 10-214 (Shenton)

Papplewick and Linby Cricket Club 1st XI Bowlers

12.-3-28-4 Jim Rhodes
6.0-0-46-3 Richard Hodgkinson
11.2-0-52-2 Ben Bhabra
3.0-0-11-0 Craig Grimley
10.-0-51-1 George Blatherwick
7.0-0-24-0 Freddie McCann

Papplewick and Linby Cricket Club 1st XI Inning

..00 (06) Sam Ogrizovic LBW Kamau Leverock
..08 (20) Freddie McCann c James Hindson b Kamau Leverock
..10 (24) Louis Bhabra c James Hindson b Kamau Leverock
..41 (83) James Taylor c Andrew Staszkiewicz b James Hindson
..00 (07) Tom Bowers c Martyn Dobson b Kamau Leverock
..01 (06) Harry Ratcliffe Run Out
..00 (05) Craig Grimley LBW Kamau Leverock
..00 (07) Ben Bhabra c Martyn Dobson b Kamau Leverock
..05 (12) George Blatherwick st Joe Ashdown b James Hindson
..19 (37) Richard Hodgkinson Not Out
..01 (04) Jim Rhodes b Jonathan Miller
..08 Extras (3lb-5w)
..93 Total All Out after 35.1 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-0 (Ogrizovic), 2-12 (McCann), 3-28 (Louis Bhabra), 4-32 (Bowers), 5-33 (Ratcliffe), 6-33 (Grimley), 7-37 (Ben Bhabra), 8-53 (Blatherwick), 9-86 (Taylor), 10-93 (Rhodes)

Caythorpe Cricket Club Notts - 1st XI Bowlers

11.-4-16-6 Kamau Leverock
5.0-0-19-0 Hishaam Khan
12.-2-38-2 James Hindson
3.0-1-08-0 Lyndon James
4.1-0-09-1 Jonathan Miller
Thursday, May 16, 2019
Tucker Talks Queen’s Certificate and Badge of Honours

Yesterday www.islandstats.com reported that former Bermuda and Somerset Cup Match captain Janeiro Tucker and Voice of Summer Commentator Sean Tucker received their Queen’s Certificate and Badge of Honours.

Janeiro Tucker said, “This indeed was a great honor, I want to thank those persons who put my name forward.”

“This award is right up there with my accomplishments in the sport of Cricket, I did not realize that I could even be considered for this award,” Tucker went on to say.

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