www.islandstats.com continues to bring you daily round-ups of Sports sponsored by Horizon Communications, today we bring you the news that Bermuda’s 2021 ITF/COTECC Under 12 Team of Jaden Jones, Tristan Pettit, and Dexter Snaith, took to the court for their third matchday of the tournament taking on Trinidad & Tobago, they would pick up a 3 – 0 win.
Nahki Wells was initially named as a substitute, however, he withdrew before kick-off with a tight groin as Millwall ended Bristol City’s unbeaten run with a 1 – 0 win.
Dale Eve has been named to The Vanarama National League Team of the Week. Eve in a span of 7 days only conceded 3 goals in 270 minutes of play.
Z’Dao Dill and his Slough Town Academy Under 21 teammates came from behind to draw 2 – 2 with AFC Rushden & Diamonds in National Football Youth League action.
Kane Crichlow and his Watford Under-23 teammates played out an entertaining goalless draw with plenty of chances at both ends, at QPR’s Harlington Training Ground.
Sincere Hall and his Hull City Under 23 teammates played to a 1 – 1 draw with Peterborough United U23’s in their latest Under 23 Premier Development League fixture, with Josh Hinds scoring for Hull City.
The Butterfield Bermuda Championships has taken center stage online as Charlie Beljan took to Twitter.
Erica Hawley has been confirmed for the start line for the 2021 Triathlon World Cup in South Korea.
Jillian Terceira continued competing in the Roeser, Luxembourg - CSI3*, CSI1* International Horse Jumping event in the Netherlands.
Sydney Fischer and her Blair Academy Varsity Field Hockey teammates are still undefeated on the season following their 2 – 1 victory over Stuart Country Day.
Dr. Freddie Evans is set to be elected President of the Bermuda National Athletics Association (BNAA) unopposed, having been confirmed as the only candidate for the top post in advance of the Congress which is set for this evening.