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Barbadian archers looking to next year

Barbadian archers are turning their attention to next year’s Southern Caribbean Archery Championship scheduled to take place in Martinique next year.

And local association president John Annel in praising the performance of the Barbadians said,“Barbados would be going all out to retain their crown in Martinique next year”. 

He was speaking after Barbados won the just-concluded Kia 2012 Southern Caribbean Archery Championship with 186 points when the four-nation tournament ended at the CIBC First Caribbean Sports Club and Kickstart Football Grounds in Wildey last Sunday.

The homesters’ medal tally for the weekend exercise was 18, made up of six gold, six silver and six bronze, beating arch rivals Trinidad and Tobago, who ended with 174 points, made up of five gold, three silver and two bronze medals.

The Barbadians, who won the inaugural title in 2006, owe their good performance to the efforts of Dwight Hagley who carried the fight to a well-drilled Trinidad and Tobago team on the final day and held off the challenge and won gold in the men’s recurve, ably assisted by Charlene Goddard who won the women’s recurve. Barbados also won gold in the mixed recurve, and Janos Psendtner the masters recurve. 

Martinique finished third with 161 points made up of three golds, one silver and four bronze, while Guadeloupe picked up one gold, one silver and two bronze medals during the weekend action.

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