Yellow rule

Ta-Tyanna Sealy, daughter of former national athlete Nathaniel Sealy, tallied 54 individual points to help Hurley “Yellow” House to their seventh consecutive title with 712 points at Wilkie Cumberbatch Primary School’s sports days held at the National Stadium today.

Amiah Hinds ran her heart out to see Yellow House to the finish line in the U-9 girls' 4x100m.
Amiah Hinds ran her heart out to see Yellow House to the finish line in the U-9 girls’ 4x100m.
Destinee Harris of Hurley House won the big and beautiful race for her house.
Destinee Harris of Hurley House won the big and beautiful race for her house.

Following in second position was Payne “Red” House with 600 points, King “Green” House was third with 590 points and Williams “Blue” House took fourth position with 501.

The victrix and victor ludorum winners of this year’s meet came from the under-13 division with top performances from Kaya Kellman-Wall with 57 points for Payne House and Tajio James with 48 points for Hurley. Kellman-Wall won the 100m, 200m 400m, 400m open and came sixth in the long jump. She is the sister of former student of Wilkie Cumberbatch, Indica Kellman-Wall who was last year’s victrix ludorum champion for Payne House.

Victrix ludorum Kaya Kellman-Wall led her team to victory in the under-13 girls 4x100m relay.
Victrix ludorum Kaya Kellman-Wall led her team to victory in the under-13 girls 4x100m relay.

James put down his football boots today and showed plenty of speed in slamming the field in the 100m, 200m, long jump and cricket ball throw.

In the under-11 division Sealy dismissed all-comers to win the girls’ 100m, 200m, 400m, and 400m open and came seventh in the cricket ball throw to claim the under-11 girls division title. She also played an instrumental role in the girls 4x100m relay stamping her authority on the final leg with a mighty sprint down the track to lead her team to victory. Dessani Waithe, Hashian-Nika Marcelin and Ashley Corbin ran the first, second and third legs respectively.

Reniko Williams of Payne House was the star performer in the under-11 boys’ category with 40 points while winning the 400m open, placing second in the 400m, long jump and cricket ball throw.

The under-nine girls division was a competitive one but in the end it was Ashari Braithwaite of Williams House with 30 points who edged out Suriya Williams of Payne House with 26. Brathwaite won the 150m, 80m and came third in the long jump while her rival won the long jump, second
in the 150m and third in the 80m.

In the boys under-nine division showdown King House had something to cheer about thanks to Jacqari Bobb who won the long jump, 80m, 150m and came second in the 400m open to win that division with 39 points.

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