The story of the day today was the scintillating play of Zico Correia in the 11-13 boys division who today shot the only subpar round of the tournament a brilliant 70 for a total of 220 today to overhaul the overnight leader Chris Richards Jnr (75)who finished on 223. In third place was Theo Jean-Noel (76)of Guadeloupe on 239.
Jonathan Jean-Noel of Guadeloupe won the boys 18 and under division this year going one better than in 2017, shooting scores of 75,78,76 (229)to win by 4 strokes from Iz Hustler of Barbados,78,77,78.(233) Xzavier Wiggins also of Barbados finished third with scores of 80,78,78 (236).
Serena Mackenzie (80,82,82) 244 the defending Champion in the girls under 18 age group defended her title with aplomb winning by 17 strokes from Sarah Ramphal (255), Karina Marabadal finished third on (267).
In the boys 14 to 15 age group overnight leader Demar James(79) of Antigua extended his lead to win by 9 shots with a total of248 from Nathan Regalan(80) of Guadeloupe. Trinidad & Tobago’s Dravid Bhim(85) finished third on 263 (it must be noted that this division played from the longer Blue tees)
The girl’s 14-15 age group Yeji Lee lost her title to Barbadian Emily Odwin who had three scores in the 70’s (79,79,78) to total 236. Yeji had 3 scores of 82 to total 246. Ashley Michel of the Bahamas finished in third place with 266.
The girls 13 and under Barbadian Eryn Blakely (91,82,82) continued to dominate shooting a total score of 255. She beat Bahamian Kyndal Campbell whom finished on a total of 289. Trinidadian Chloe Ajodha finished 3rd on 307.
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