Super-Blue

What’s all the fuss about, Blue House’s Summer Holdip seems to be thinking, as she finishes ahead of the pack in the U7 4x50 relay.
What’s all the fuss about, Blue House’s Summer Holdip seems to be thinking, as she finishes ahead of the pack in the U7 4×50 relay.

Blue House are the champs at St. John’s Primary School.

It was an exciting time for all involved at the Gall Hill, St. John playing field last Friday after the young athletes received words of encouragement from their incumbent parliamentary representative Mara Thompson.Then it was down to business – Blue business that is.

They emerged winners with 401 points from Green House which tallied 304, and Red House which finished third with 293 points.Victor ludorum was Blue House’s U13 dynamo Tyrese Bushell who copped 36 points from wins in the 800, 100, 200, 400 and a second place in the cricket ball throw.

Victrix ludorum

Victrix ludorum was Green House’s U11 athlete Destiny Bennett who registered victories in the cricket ball throw, 100m and 200m, as well as a third place in the 600m and fourth sport in the 400m. She tallied 27 points.

Another divisional winner was Brianna Richard of Blue House. The talented U13 runner collected 24 points and had wins in the 600m, 400m and 100m. Under-11 Rico Newton was tops in his division with 26 points scoring wins in the 200m and 400m, second in the 100m and cricket ball throw and third in the 800m.

Blue House’s Rianna Nurse collected 18 points to be the top U7 girl, while Makhaya Wiltshire’s 24 points for Green House made him the top boy in that division.

Red House’s Kaneisha Simpson (24 points) and Blue House’s Deshawn Small (24) were tops among the Under-nines.††

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