"Warwick Academy swept all three divisions at the Bermuda School Sports Federation Primary School Rugby Tournament held at the National Sports Center.

Warwick Academy defeated Mount Saint Agnes Academy 9-6 in the Boys A Division Final. Warwick Academy were led by Nayan Grant who scored six times, Vincent Boisvert added two and Ditrich Simmons one, while Daylen Scott and Ethan Thompson scored two Try’s each for Mount Saint Agnes Academy, with Marcus Rodrigues and Ishe Hunidzarira added single Try’s each.

Warwick Academy defeated Saltus Grammar School 6-5 in their Semi-Final with Grant scoring four Try’s, Simmons and Boisvert scored as well for Warwick Academy...

Warwick Academy defeated East End Primary 5-1 in the Boys B Division Final. Luke Horan led the way for Warwick Academy with Three Try’s, while Dante Noel Simmons and Ralph Scott added one each. East End Primary got their lone score from Zaki Gibbons.

Warwick Academy blanked Mount Saint Agnes 6-0 in their Semi-Final. Sanjai Eve scored twice for Warwick Academy, while Horan, Scott, Roger Williams and Ranmaru Enokitohge scored one each" (Island Stats, 2018).

"More than 100 students at World Triathlon Champion Flora Duffy’s Alma Matta, have signed up as volunteers for the upcoming MS Amlin World Triathlon Bermuda in April.


Organisers are looking for 600 to 700 volunteers to help with the international sports showcase series of events, when Duffy will defend her title on home turf for the first time in her champion career.

A spokeswoman said: “Warwick Academy has recruited 130 volunteers, over-reaching their target of 100!


“The school is closely connected with the ITU World Triathlon because it is the Alma Matta of Flora Duffy.


“A number of those volunteers are younger than 18 and we will have tasks for them. However, for the most part, we are recruiting 18+ as some tasks have a legal age requirement" (Bermuda Real, 2018).

"Matthew Oliveira [Warwick Academy student] will spend this season racing for Hot Tubes, a top junior development cycling team in the United States.

Oliveira secured a podium finish in his first outing as a bona fide Hot Tubes rider at the Valley of the Sun Stage Race in Arizona last weekend.

It was his second appearance wearing the team’s eye-catching sky blue kit, having placed fourth overall as a guest rider at the four-day Green Mountain Stage Race in Vermont six months ago.

Oliveira was first invited to compete for the team after his superb performances at the Commonwealth Youth Games in Nassau, Bahamas, last summer where he won gold medals in the time-trial and bronze in the road race.

“It was amazing to be asked to join [Hot Tubes] as previously I had raced against the team in some American races, where I looked up to their strong teamwork and talent,” Oliveira, 18, said" (The Royal Gazette, 2018).

"Warwick Academy Swimmers began competing in the 2018 Eastern Interscholastic Swimming & Diving Championships.

In the First Session which was the Preliminaries Logan Watson-Brown finished 5th in the Women’s 200 Yard Freestyle advancing to the A Final touching the wall in a time of 1:54.96, Skyler Powell advanced to the C Final after she finished with the 21st fastest time of 2:02.07.

During the Men’s 50 Yard Freestyle Sam Williamson finished 26th with a time of 23.22, Caleb Ingham finished 31st clocking 23.58, while Keagan Woolley finished 33rd with a time of 23.59. Lewis Sweeney was 46th stopping the clock in a time of 24.31 and Finn Moseley was 54th clocking a time of 24.62.

The Bermuda Team of Gabriela Pitman, Powell, Taylor White and Watson-Brown advanced to the Women’s 200 Yard Freestyle Relay Final after finishing 8th with a time of 1:41.69.

During the Men’s 200 Yard Freestyle Relay Preliminaries the Bermuda Team of Jesse Washington, Williamson, Brian Desmond and Woolley finished 13th with a time of 1:32.37" (BerNews, 2018).

"Jesse Washington [Warwick Academy student] bounced back from a disappointing Commonwealth Games qualifying campaign with a strong performance at the Eastern Interscholastic Swimming & Diving Championships in Pennsylvania at the weekend.

Washington captured the gold medal in the 200 metres freestyle, touching the wall in 1min 39.12sec, to lead a group of Warwick Academy swimmers competing at the meet at the Kunkel Aquatic Centre at Franklin & Marshall College.

His triumph went some way towards compensating for his failed bid to qualify for the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast, Australia, in April.

The local contingent were unfortunate not to have earned another medal as Logan Watson-Brown [Warwick Academy student] narrowly missed out on the bronze after finishing fourth in the 200 freestyle in 1:53.17" (The Royal Gazette, 2017).


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