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Red & gold reap rewards

Red House’s Jevon Burnett wins a close 100m dash in U-11 action.

Red House’s Jevon Burnett wins a close 100m dash in U-11 action.

The Weymouth Pasture at Roebuck Street, St. Michael was painted gold and red as Christ Church Girls’ Primary and Milton Lynch Primary jointly held their inter-house sports day today.

Red House took the honours at Milton Lynch with 374 points, with Blue House finishing on 361 points, Yellow House tallying 318 and Green House copping 290 points.

Gold House triumphed at Christ Church Girls with 459 points, Purple House took second spot with 332 points, Blue House had 329 points to take third spot while Red House’s 272 points got them fourth position.

Tonight officials were still tallying the points to determine the victor ludorum at Milton Lynch with Blue House’s Genesis Cummins and Dimitri Archer being the likely candidates after good performances during the day.

Among the events in which they excelled were the U-9 80m, 100m and 150m which Cummins won, and the U-13 400m, 800m and cricket ball throw dominated by Archer.

Victrix ludorum at Christ Church Girls was Gold House’s Misha Nelson with 40 points following wins in the U-13 600m, 400m, 200m and 100m.

Akaya Glasglow also had a good day for Gold House. She tallied 28 points in the U-13 division with wins in the 200m and 400m and second in the 100m.

Yellow House was last year’s winner at Milton Lynch, while for Gold House it was two successive years of dominance after taking the top honours last year.††

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