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Green envy of Hillaby/Turner’s Hall

Rickyla Fagan (right) of Green House winning the 200m ahead of house mate Anique Leacock.

Rickyla Fagan (right) of Green House winning the 200m ahead of house mate Anique Leacock.

Green House are the athletics champions of Hillaby/Turner’s Hall Primary School once again.

Yesterday at Kensington Oval the youngsters of Green House tallied 554 points to earn their third straight title. Blue House finished second with 486 points, while Red House had 456 points to finish third and narrowly edge Yellow House into fourth position with 455 points.

Several of the young athletes performed quite creditably and gave their all for their respective houses but at the end of the day Omarion Ifill, competing among in the Under-9 age group, got 40 points for Blue House and the victor ludorum honours. He won the 80m, 100m and 150m and came fourth in the long jump.

Victrix ludorum was Anique Leacock with 43 points for Green House. She competed in a number of events but was particularly impressive in the 400m and long jump which she won. The Under-11 athlete also copped second position in the 600 metres.

Rajada Griffith of Red House was the Under-7 age group champion.††

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