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Ambergris Caye basketball teams top Belize Rural Basketball Eliminations

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On Thursday, January 28th, the National Sports Council hosted the Belize Rural Basketball elimination tournament for Zone 5, which includes Caye Caulker and Ambergris Caye. A series of amazing games for both male and female teams took place at the San Pedro Roman Catholic School (SPRCS) compound where four primary schools competed for the coveted title to represent the zone at the district finals next month. The different schools participating in the tournament were SPRCS, Isla Bonita Primary School, Caye Caulker Roman Catholic, and Holy Cross Primary School.Primary School Basketball Tournament San Pedro-4
The tournament started at 9:30AM, with the Caye Caulker Roman Catholic defeating Isla Bonita in the male division, advancing to the finals. In the second game, SPRCS easily won over Holy Cross with a score game of 24-11.Primary School Basketball Tournament San Pedro-5
In the female division, Holy Cross and SPRCS were the only female teams and they played two games. Holy Cross defeated the SPRCS girls in both matches, ending the first 8-3 and the second 3-2. Holy Cross girls will be heading to the district finals.

Holy Cross Anglican School
Holy Cross Anglican School

The last match of the tournament in the male division saw SPRCS boys dominating the Caye Caulker boys with a final score of 38-13. With these results, Ambergris Caye will be proudly represented at the district finals by Holy Cross Primary School female team and the SPRCS male team.

San Pedro Roman Catholic Primary School
San Pedro Roman Catholic Primary School

The district finals will take place on Wednesday, February 17th, in Belize City.

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