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St Andrew’s win National Primary School Sports

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THE WINNING TEAM FROM ST. ANDREW’S THE WINNING TEAM FROM ST. ANDREW’S

St. Andrew have done it again winning the 2013 Co-Operative Bank-sponsored national inter-parish primary school athletics Championship in spectacular fashion last Friday at the National Stadium.

 

The Rainbow City athletes amassed a total of 416.5 points with St David finishing 2nd on 347.5 points. 

St Patrick took the 3rd position with 274 points, St George finished 4th on 270 points.

Position five went to St John 210 points, followed by Carriacou with 203 points and St Mark with 138.5 points.

The St Andrew’s victory was centered around some outstanding performances from a number of athletes among them Brinel Thomas who was awarded the most outstanding female athlete amassing a total of 32 points, Ronelle Cockburn with 23 points and male athlete Kimron Creedland who finished as one of the top three male performers with a total of 22 points.

Other outstanding performances came from Holly Charles from St. Patrick with 28 point to finish 2nd on the list of outstanding female athletes, Kina Thomas from Carriacou who finished 3rd with 26 points, Joniar Thomas from St David 4th with 22 points and Tyesha Barrington from St John 5th with 20.5 points.

In the male category, there were several outstanding athletes; however, standing out among them was Levon James of St Patrick who copped the most outstanding Male athlete winning the boys’ 100 and 200 meters, and finished 4th in the 400 meters, 3rd in the long jump, 5th in the High Jump and assisted St Patrick’s to win the 4X100 meter relay.

Other outstanding male athletes were Devonni Ferguson of St John finishing second, Rashyd Munro of St Patrick finishing 3rd, followed by Jade Gludd of St David, Kemron Creedland of St Andrew and Jared Sylvester of St David.

Carriacou athlete, Kina Thomas was also outstanding capturing the 100 meters Under 11 girls’ event in record time 13.60 second and finishing 2nd in the under 11 girl’s long jump.

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