BVI places fourth in Leeward Islands Youth meet
The BVI scored 125 points to finish fourth behind St. Kitts, Antigua and Nevis, in
the weekend Leeward Islands Youth Championships held in Antigua. BVI Individual Event Results. 100 Meters: Under 11 Girls; 4. (tie) Ayoka Greenaway and Darneita
Robinson, 14.6. Boys: 1. Donald Lettsome, 13.74. U-13 Girls: 2. Shanice Hazel, 13.25. 4. Britney Wattley, 13.40. Boys: 3. Naheem Stevens, 13.25. U-15. 4. Michael
Butler, 12.26. 200 Meters: Under 11 Girls: 5. Darneita Robinson, 31.05. Boys: 2.
Donald Lettsome, 28.94. U-15 Boys: 4. Michael Butler, 25.62. 400 Meters: U-11 Girls:
4. Khalisha Todman, 72.95. U-13 Girls: 4. Britney Wattley, 67.70. 5. Kanishque Todman, 67.97. U-15 Girls: 4. Bianca Dougan, 64.01. 800 Meters: 4. Khalisha Todman,
2:51.4. Boys: 5. Kevin Henley, 2:53.5. U-15 Girls: 4. Bianca Dougan, 2:38.4. No distances were available for the field events. Shot Put. Open Male: 2. Mikhal Howe.
3. Brian Andrew. Female: 1. Kimone Hannibal. 3. Angelica Clarke. Long Jump. U-11
Boys: 2 Deron Smith. U-13 Girls: 2. Shanice Hazel. U-15 Boys: 2. Michael Butler.
High Jump. U-11 Boys: 2. Donald Lettsome. Girls: 3. Khalisha Todman. U-13 Girls: 1.
Chantal Malone. Cricket Ball Throw. 3. Deron Smith and Jami Potter. Girls: 3. Darnetia Robinson.
Terminators unplug Raw Power in straight sets
Terminators pulled out a straight set 25-17, 25-13 and 25-16 victory over Raw Power
in BVI Amateur Volleyball Association weekend play. Elsworth Phillips had a game
high 19 points to lead Terminators. Osbert ‘Cushung’ Pole and Damien Creque added 16
and 14 respectively. Willis Potter had 10 points for Raw Power’s top score. Jackie
Ladoo had a game high 28 points, as Raw Power 2 stopped the Chixs 25-21, 25-17, 20-25 and 25-15. Amadonna Glasgow chipped in another 17, while Symone Penn, Juerine
George and Celine Alphonso tossed in 12 a piece. Jackie Weeks had 17 to lead the
Chixs. Patti Romney and Regina Hewlett added 12 each. After failing to show for their game with the Chixs last week, Raw Power 2K forfeited from the league after
skipping their game with the HLSCC Stingrays.
Sea Cows Bay Basketball Club Tourne
Jahmal ‘Trigga’ Rabsatt had 18 points, six rebounds and five assists in leading East
End Long Look to a 60-43 victory over West End in the Sea Cows Bay Basketball Club’s
Y2K ‘B’ League tournament on Friday. Avrey Percival chipped in 16 points and eight
rebounds. Marlon ‘Spier’ Meyers led West End with 15 points, eight rebounds and six
assists. East End Long Look picked up another triumph on Sunday, after trouncing
Belle Vue 78-61. Rabsatt led the way again with a 27 point 10 assist double double
to go with seven steals and five rebounds. Dalvern Blyden added 17 points. He also
had five rebounds, five assists and five steals. Percival finished with 12 points,
seven rebounds and four blocks. Kareem Scatliffe topped Belle Vue with 27 points and
six boards. Jerome Barnes contributed another 12 points. Huntums Ghut ripped Sea
Cows Bay 70-53, behind Nathaniel ‘Nat’ Malone and Delon Mills’ 26 points respectively. Akeem ‘Chunky’ Titley had 19 points with four rebounds and four steals
for Sea Cows Bay. Reynaldo ‘Crossover’ Smith added another 13 points and pulled
Primary Schools Soccer League results results
George Fay had a hat trick and Aiteina Mitchell added two more as the Montissori
Magic beat the Althea Scatliffe Scorpions 5-0 in BVI Football Association Primary
Schools Soccer League Play. The Trident Trust Cedar Sharks downed the AMD Ivan Dawson Reds 5-1. Alec Anderson scored twice while Myrex Hodge, Erin Anderson and
Marc Krouwel had one each. Shakiel Stoutt scored for the Reds. The BCQS Ebenezer
Thomas Saints played the Amicorp Willard Wheatley Wolves to a 1-1 draw. Bredan
Andrews had the Saints goal while Dante Blair connected for the Wolves. Trident Trust Leonora Deville Dynamos and the Nagico St. Georges/Belle Vue Blues settled for
a 1-1 tie. Joshua Rathanum and Edward Vasqeuz were the goal scorers.
Anegada Desert Duel on Sunday June 1
Sunday June 1 is the ever popular Anegada Desert Duel cycling race, organized by the
BVI Cycling Federation. Pacemaker leaves Virgin Gorda at 7 a.m. and Road Town at
7:30 and returns at 4 p.m. Tickets costs $25 for adults and $15 for children 5-15
and are available from; Tamika George at Althea Scatliffe, Michel Penn at BVI High
School, David Thomas at Clarence Thomas and Last Stop Sports at Port Purcell. A women and fun novice race will also be offered in addition to the main course.
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