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Eight-time champs

O’neal House continued their reign as champions today at the Alexandra School Inter-house athletics championship after making this year their eighth straight win scoring a total of 784.5 points at the National Stadium.

Frederick House whose blazing red was always close to the victors during the day, finished second on 765 points while third position went to Arnold House who tallied 687 points. Fourth and fifth place honours went to Skinner House and Lysons House with 582 and 525.5 points respectively.

Shonita Bromes of O’neal House had a good day on the track which saw her running away as the victrix ludorum with a total of 80 points. Bromes entered the final day of inter-house sports with 50 points and she picked up from where she left off to win the 1500m, 800m, 400m, 200m, javelin, discus and long jump.

Meanwhile, Stefan Alleyne competing in the under-20 boys’ division for Frederick House was the victor ludorum with 62 points.

Many expected Thierry Jordan to do well on the track when he competed and he did not disappoint. He won all his individual races, including the 400m, 200m and 100m in the Under-13 boys’.

Terrel Lepps of Lysons House was one of the biggest athletes in terms of size competing in the under-15 division and he proved to many supporters that he has a big heart and confidence in himself. He slammed the field in the 100m, 200m and his house in winning the 4x100m.

Terron Greenidge of O’neal House also had a good day on the track winning the 800m, 400m, 100m, and taking second place in the Under-20 boys’ 200m.

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