Members of the champion Barbados volleyball teams celebrating their double success. (GPs)
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Barbados’ Under-21 boys captured a record fourth successive Cazova volleyball crown, while the Under-20 girls won their first when the finals climaxed on Friday night in Martinique.
The invincible run by both teams where only the boys dropped a set in the French isle, saw the girls dismissing Trinidad and Tobago 25-16, 25-16, 25-17 while the boys stopped Curacao 25-14, 25-16, 25-20.
Captains Tenielle Chapman-Goodluck and Akeel Oxley continued their irrepressible form with Chapman-Goodluck winning the Best Server, Best Outside Player and MVP titles while Oxley repeated as MVP while being one of the Best Outside players.
Canada-based Alexander Odle was voted Best Opposite Player with CARIFTA athlete Nathan Crawford-Wallis winning Best Outside Player. (KB)
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