Barbados and St. Lucia seemed headed for a collision course that will decide who win the Caribbean Netball Association’s Jean Pierre Memorial Youth Championship.

The two teams won both of their matches on the fourth day of competition on Monday at the YMCA courts to remain unbeaten in the tournament which concludes on Thursday.

After brushing aside Bermuda 41-11 in the morning period, the Barbadians dismissed hosts Antigua & Barbuda 61-3 in the evening session to collect their fourth win.

Goal shooter Dalia Knight led the way for the Barbadians in the evening contest with 28 goals from 36 attempts, Sumara Benn, daughter of former West Indies left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn, netted 20-from-24, Chiara Chase made 9-from-12 and Derica Haynes 4-from-5.

The St. Lucians prevailed 23-22 over Grenada in an early morning contest – and returned to crush Bermuda 41-22 in the evening with Dasha Eugene logging 37-from-46 and Trenice St. Croix 4-from-5 for the winners.

Trinidad & Tobago, behind a 21-goal performance from Kelelicia George, stopped Dominica 30-19.

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