The Guyana Badminton Team continued their winning streak on day 2 of the Caribbean Regional & International Badminton Championships currently playing at the National Racket Centre in Tacarigua, Trinidad.
On Friday, the Guyana Juniors Players all moved through to the SEMI-FINALS & MEDAL ROUNDS with Priyanna Ramdhani in Under-17 Girls Singles/ Girls Doubles /Mix Doubles
Tyrese Jeffrey in Under-17 Boys Doubles/Mix Doubles
Akili Haynes in Under-17 Boys Doubles
Jonathan Mangra in Under-19 Boys Doubles
Ambika Ramraj in Under-19 Girls Doubles
The Matches played on Day 2 are:
Under-13 Boys Doubles Quarter-Finals:
Vikash Mootoo (GUY) & Romer Pena (DOM) lost to James Babwah & Nicholi Marcano (TRI): 21-17, 21-17
Under-17 Girls Singles Quarter-Finals:
Priyanna Ramdhani (GUY) defeated Chequeda DeBoulet (TRI): 21-15, 21-8
Under-17 Boys Singles Quarter-Finals:
Tyrese Jeffrey (GUY) lost to Leon Cassie (TRI): 21-18, 16-21, 15-21
Under-17 Boys Doubles Quarter-Finals:
Tyrese Jeffrey & Akili Haynes (GUY) defeated Luke Lutchman & Aidan Mootoosingh (TRI): 21-14, 21-15
Under-17 Girls Doubles Quarter-Finals:
Priyanna Ramdhani (GUY) & Imani Mangroe (SUR) defeated Sandhya Cassie & Chequeda DeBoulet (TRI): 21-14, 21-12
Under-17 Mix Doubles Quarter-Finals:
Priyanna Ramdhani & Tyrese Jeffrey (GUY) defeated Vance Juteram & Chequeda DeBoulet (TRI): 13-21, 21-13, 21-16
Under-19 Boys Doubles Quarter-Finals:
Jonathan Mangra (GUY) & Cesar Brito (DOM) defeated Aleem Ali & Nathaniel Joseph (TRI): 21-7, 21-13
Under-19 Girls Doubles Quarter-Finals:
Ambika Ramraj (GUY) & Shemara Lindveld (SUR) defeated Demi Ramdial & Johannah Walker (TRI): 21-6, 21-10
Under-19 Mix Doubles Quarter-Finals:
Jonathan Mangra & Ambika Ramraj (GUY) lost to Renaldo Sinanan & Amanda Ramsingh (TRI): 21-13, 21-19
The Tournament is continuing.
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