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Barbados still unbeaten at AFNA

Added 24 August 2014


After Thursday’s bye, Barbados returned to the court to wrap up two more impressive wins in the Americas Federation of Netball Association Championships in Alberta Canada.

On Friday, Barbados beat Cayman Islands 87-12 leading 18-7, 45-8 and 67-9 the other quarters.

Yesterday, Barbados defeated Grenada 76-23. From an 18-7 first quarter lead, Barbados led 36-16 at half time and 50-29 at the end of the third quarter.

Tonight’s game will be against hosts Canada.

Other scores:

Trinidad and Tobago 68, Cayman Islands 18

United States 82, Argentina 15

Canada 56, Grenada 38

United States 62, Grenada 28

Trinidad and Tobago 50, Canada 27

Trinidad and Tobago 116, Argentina 11

United States 50, Cayman Islands 19


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