#TEAM Bahamas got off to a slow start at the Central American and Caribbean Championship (CCCAN) water polo competition.
#The team suffered a 27-2 loss to Puerto Rico in their opening match of the open men’s category yesterday in Wildey, Barbados.
#This is the third time Bahamas Water Polo has participated at the CCCAN level following the 2016 and 2019 editions.
#The event all serves as a qualifier for the Central American and Caribbean Games.
#The tournament is expected to host 50 matches over the eight days from July 19-26.
#The event will feature 20 women’s and 30 men’s games.
#In preparation for the CCCAN, the team travelled to St Louis, Missouri to participate in a training camp with Club SLAP.
#They also participated in the Wally Lundt Senior Open where they finished with a 4-1 record.