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Meagan Best successfully lifted the Barbados Junior Squash title in straight sets over Jada Smith-Padmore. She received her winning trophy from Minister of the Creative Economy, Culture and Sports, John King.

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Khamal Cumberbatch plays this backhand shot against Darien Benn on his way to becoming the King of Junior Squash.

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Champions of the Barbados Junior Squash Open.

Best and Cumberbatch win Squash Open titles

IN straight sets Barbados’ best female squash player, Meagan Best, demolished her opponent to win the 2019 Barbados Junior Squash Open Female Championship title while Khamal Cumberbatch also made a

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Inaugural Capelli Sports Super Cup champions, Weymouth Wales, raise the trophy as they are flanked by Minister of the Creative Economy, Culture and Sports, John King (left), and Minister in the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Investment, Marsha Caddle (right).

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Tournament MVP, Shakille Belle, showing off his keys as he steps into his brand new vehicle.

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Ramar Millar of Weymouth Wales receiving his Best Defender Award from Minister in the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Investment, Marsha Caddle.

Holligan steals away Capelli Cup win for Wales

ALL it took was a single goal in the dying minutes of Sunday night’s Capelli Sports Super Cup final and Weymouth Wales were $50 000 richer.

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Defending Champions Bayley’s Primary celebrate the fall of another wicket. The team for the east defeated Good Shepherd by 11 runs to move on to their fourth consecutive Guardian Group Herman Griffith Schools Cricket final.

Bayley’s survives!

It was quite a scare for three-time defending champions Bayley’s Primary, but miserly bowling by Demarko Wiggins and a parade of Good Shepherd wickets in the final overs ensured that the Guardian G

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Azari Benskin plays across the line in his Good Shepherd innings. He helped defend the 121 total with a five-wickets haul, taking five wickets for 19 runs.

Good Shepherd last into final four

Jordan’s Super-market Good Shepherd Primary bowled their way to the final spot in the Guardian Group Herman Griffith Schools Cricket competition semi-finals yesterday, defeating Eden Lodge by 42 ru

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Kezia Blunt of St. Martin’s Mangrove Primary played well and advanced to girls final.

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Kenoja Belgrave of Grantley Prescod Primary had a strong backhand that helped him through to the Boys final.

Primary School Road Tennis under way

Of the 14 participating schools in the Cave Shepherd, KFC, A1 Supermarkets National Primary Schools Road Tennis Competition, only the best of the best were able to advance to the finals.

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