CARIBBEAN BADMINTON CHAMPIONSHIPS 2011 (CAREBACO)
The Caribbean Badminton Junior Championships (CAREBACO) is being held in Barbados at the Wildey Gymnasium and several Guyanese players were on the losing end in recent action.
Matches yesterday saw Under-15 Round Robin Boys Doubles and Mixed Doubles and the Under-17 Girls Singles, Mixed Doubles and Round Robin Girls Doubles.
In latest results:
Under-15 Round Robin Boys Doubles:
Narayan Ramdhani (GUY) and Daniel Duncan of Barbados lost to Mitch Nai Chung Tong and Doren Opti of Suriname: 21-15, 21-13
Under-15 Round Robin Mixed Doubles:
Narayan Ramdhani (GUY) and Xadelle Mohess of Trinidad lost to Soren Opti and Santusha Ramzan of Suriname: 21-15, 21-10
Narayan Ramdhani (GUY) and Xadelle Mohess of Trinidad defeated Vikash Maraj and Shanika Ramlochan of Trinidad: 21-13, 21-14
Under-17 Girls Singles Round 1:
Angelica Holder (GUY) lost to Nazia Kurban of Suriname: 21-10, 21-9
Under-17 Mixed Doubles Quarter-Finals:
Angelica Holder (GUY) and Jerico Bakhuis of Cuaraco lost to Cesar Rosa and Saribel Caceres of Puerto Rico: 21-8, 21-15
Under-17 Round Robin Girls Doubles:
Angelica Holder (GUY) and Kristi Reno-Singh of Trinidad lost to Saribel Caceres and Elrami Morales of Puerto Rico: 21-10, 21-12
Angelica Holder (GUY) and Kristi Reno-Singh of Trinidad defeated Xadelle Mohess and Shanika Ramlochan of Trinidad: 21-10, 21-10
Angelica Holder (GUY) and Kristi Reno-Singh of Trinidad lost to Rugshaar Ishaak and Crystal Leefmans of Suriname: 21-5, 21-10
The Tournament continues today with the Under-15 Boys Semi-Finals between Narayan Ramdhani of Guyana and Soren Opti of Suriname along with the Under-13 Mixed Doubles Round Robin Events where Priyanna Ramdhani will be playing.
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