You’ll recall two Bajan teens are over in Jamaica by invitation, meanwhile a slightly older crew whupped tail as we learned from the Observer, it seems the last time a Bajan posse had made landfall was back in 2000;-

The Digicel Barbados team of Teddy Williams, Alex Cole, Richard Gooding and Jeffrey Evelyn, despite their steadfast commitment over the previous three days, had every intention of taking it to the Coca-Cola Jamaica team of Ricky Wates, Paul Lalor, Adam Laing and Minister of Mining & Energy James Robertson.

This determination was evident from the first chukker. By the end of the second chukker with a 3-0 scoreline in favour of Digicel Barbados, it was clear who the stars of the show were going to be on the Bajan side. Alex Cole was having a cracking game, and his shots on goal were purposeful and precise.

For Jamaica, Rick Wates was proving to be the man for all seasons, attacking, defending and playing well above his two-goal handicap.

Barbados had hit their stride, and their team play was effortless, while Jamaica were still struggling to find their groove. It almost seemed as though Barbados had enjoyed the party, but Jamaica were suffering from the hangover.

Their first bout on Thursday was 5-all, but yesterday’s match was 6-5 in Barbados’ favour.

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