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Yellow House rule in the pool!

Yellow House splashed their way to victory and in the process dethroned Blue House when the Queen’s College Inter-house Swimming Championship was held Tuesday at the Barbados Aquatic Centre.

Former champions Blue House with 409 points fell short by 24 points to Yellow House’s 433 while Red House with 291 were third. Orange House placed fourth with 214 points, Green House tallied 188 and Purple House finished on 165.

Shereen Boxill of Blue House stamped her authority in the girls 15 and over 100m individual medley. (Pictures by Morissa Lindsay)

Shereen Boxill of Blue House stamped her authority in the girls 15 and over 100m individual medley. (Pictures by Morissa Lindsay)

Joint victrix ludorum Tijuana Welch finished the day undefeated with a total of 60 points for Yellow House in the girls’ age 12 and under category. Chara Hinds of Blue House also tallied 60 points as she dominated the girls’ 13 and 14 division.

Yellow House had a strong contender in Tijuana Welch who did not disappoint by placing first in the girls 12 and under 100m individual medley.

Yellow House had a strong contender in Tijuana Welch who did not disappoint by placing first in the girls 12 and under 100m individual medley.

Reanna James was the best female swimmer in the girls’ age 15 and over category for Yellow House with 40 points.

Green House had something to celebrate in victor ludorum Niel Skinner who collected 60 points when the boys 13 and 14 age group completed their stint in the pool.

Christopher Pollard of Red House doing the breaststroke during the boys 12 and under 100m individual medley.

Christopher Pollard of Red House doing the breaststroke during the boys 12 and under 100m individual medley.

Christopher Pollard representing Red House just missed out on the victor ludorum title by just four points after finishing the day with 56.

Darian Trotman of Yellow House had the fastest time in the boys 15 and over 100m individual medley.

Darian Trotman of Yellow House had the fastest time in the boys 15 and over 100m individual medley.

Yellow House also had a good outing in the boys 15 and over through Darian Trotman who tallied 50 points.

Jacob Coles of Red House competing in the boys 15 and over 50m backstroke.

Jacob Coles of Red House competing in the boys 15 and over 50m backstroke.

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