The Pan American Junior Badminton Individual Championships continued yesterday in Kingston, Jamaica at the National Indoor Sports Centre where over 16 countries participated in the Under- 11,13,15,17 & 19 events which include Boys & Girls Singles, Doubles and Mix Doubles.
Priyanna Ramdhani of Guyana once again reached the semifinals in the Mixed Doubles when she and Pedro Vasquez defeated Jamaica’s Jordan Atterbury and Brianna Lewis 21-6, 21-3 in the first round and No.2 seeded players from Brazil Felipe Banzato and Luanna Capuli 21-17, 21-13 in the Quarterfinals and was scheduled to play for the Silver yesterday against opponents from the USA.
Day Three match results are as follows:
Boys Singles Under-11 Quarter-Finals: Christopher Camacho (GUY) lost to Gustavo Salazar (PER): 21-1, 21-4
Girls Doubles Under-11 Quarter-Finals: Priyanna Ramdhani (GUY)/Brianna Lewis (JAM) lost to No. 2 Seed Tammy Xie/Helen Ye (USA): 21-5, 21-8
Mixed Doubles Under-11 Round 1: Priyanna Ramdhani (GUY)/Pedro Vasquez (ESA) defeated Jordan Atterbury (JAM)/Brianna Lewis (JAM): 21-6, 21-3
Mixed Doubles Under-11 Quarter-Finals: Priyanna Ramdhani (GUY)/Pedro Vasquez(ESA) defeated Felipe Banzato/Luanna Capuli (BRA): 21-17, 21-13
The Guyana Team has been sponsored by: Pritipaul Singh Investments, DaSilva Optical, C&V Shipping, Rent-A-Tent, North American Resources, Republic Bank Ltd, House of Optics, Industrial Safety Supplies, Noble House Seafoods Ltd, Toolsie Persaud Ltd, DIGICEL, Lance Hindes & Associates, Caribbean Aviation Maintenance Services, Ogle Airport Inc, Guyana Olympic Association, National Sports Commission, Ministry of Youth, Culture & Sports, NCP Future-Ad, Paul Bram, Hand-in Hand, Bounty Farm, Wings Aviation Ltd, Ernesto Choo-A-Fat, Christopher Lawrence & Yonex Badminton Club.
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