Playing at the Barbados Golf Club, at Durants, 14 year-old Hustler took the overall boys' title with a 36-hole gross of 151 while Inniss-Gittens took the girls' equivalent with a two-day gross 171.
Hustler followed up his first day 77 with a two-over-par 74 on Friday while Inniss-Gittens shot 89 and 82 and was followed by Kayla Lewis with a gross 199.
It was a predictable win for Hustler following his outstanding performance in last month's RBC Classic when he led champion James Johnson by a stroke going into the last hole.
Christian Mason , also a national junior player who contested the 14-15 years division, was second overall among the boys in the junior championships, with a gross 158, and Matthew Clarke third with 177.
Among other divisional winners in the championships were brother and sister players Joshua Jones (158) and Jada Jones (204), who won titles in the 16-17 age-group , while Oaziah Layne (159) and Emily Odwin (185) were champions in the 11-13 age-group.
Players in the 11-12 age-group contested nine holes on both days and Eryn Blakeley grabbed the title with a gross 100 , ahead of Myranda Quinton (101) and Dominic Jordan (105).
The 9-10 division , where players contested six holes each day, was won by Quin Heljenik (62 strokes) while Paul McConnie (70) finished second and Sam Brancker third with 78.
Tobia Janoha and Sunjeet Hariramani shared the title in the 7-8 years division as both shot 49 over eight holes.
Following tussles on the fairways and greens, the young players were recognised for their efforts during a presentation ceremony at the BGC club-house where Chairman of the BGA's youth development committee, Denis Foster said the junior championships were revived this year after an absence of eight years and were the culmination of a year of exciting competition among junior golfers, participating in an Order-of-Merit programme.
Foster, also a long-serving junior coach, reported that there were 12 Order of Merit competitions over the past year and they had become the foundation of the competitive calendar for juniors.
As further recognition of their potential ,Tournament Director and Coach , Bobby Edghill said the Barbados Golf Club had awarded scholarships to 13 young players (some full and some partial) over the next year to continue working on their games at the Durants Course.
Among those receiving full scholarships were Iz Hustler, Oaziah Layne, Alyssa Inniss-Gittens and Emily Odwin and they are expected to continue to show improvement and challenge their more experienced rivals in the new year.
By Bernard Babb