National junior players Iz Hustler and Emily Odwin took the top prizes in the championships and will hold the titles until December 2017.
Fifteen year-old Hustler took the overall boys' title with a 36-hole gross of 154 while Odwin took the girls' equivalent with a two-day gross 168.
Hustler followed up his first day 81 with a one-over-par 73 over the final 18 holes while Odwin shot 82 and 86 and was followed by fellow national player Alyssa Inniss-Gittens with a gross 177.
It was a tournament which saw the fast improving Oaziah Layne, the early leader in the boy's 14-17 years Division, stumbled on the final day after holding a 3-stroke lead going into the last nine holes.
Hustler won by five stokes over fellow national player Xavier Wiggins , who was second with a gross 159, while Layne was third on 160.
Among the boys in the 10-13 years age-group, Qinton Heljenek emerged winner with a gross 196 while Nathan Chee-a-Tow was second (200) and Dominic Jordan , third with a gross 201.
Players in the nine and under catergory contested 9 holes and the title was shared by Sunjeet Hariramani and Jason Johnson as both shot 92. Second was Callum Cave (94) while Nicholas Murrell was third with 110.
Around 20 players contested the 2016 BGA Barbados Junior Championships and awards were presented by senior Barbados captain James Johnson, during a ceremony at the BGC club-house .
The championships followed a series of Order of Merit competitions in 2016 , which form part of the BGA's development programme for juniors, and several of the junior players have been awarded scholarships to continue their training at the Barbados Golf Club in 2017.
By Bernard Babb