Blue and Gold day

The boys of Milton Lynch Primary and Christ Church girls held their annual Water Street Schools Junior inter-house sports at the National Stadium today.

 At the end of the meet it was Gold House and Blue House respectively in the lead. Gold House are out front on 458 points at Christ Church and Blue House are in the lead on 326 at Milton Lynch.

The overall champions at the two schools will be known during the next few days when all the field events are completed.

Following Gold closely in second position are Blue House on 419 points, Red House on 369 and Purple House with 377 points.

For Milton Lynch last year winners Yellow House are currently in second position with 320 points, Green House have accumulated 312 points and Red House are on 307

Barbados TODAY brings a pictorial review of today’s action.

Genesis Cummins of Blue House held off all-comers in the 4x100m relay for under-11 girls.
Genesis Cummins of Blue House held off all-comers in the 4x100m relay for under-11 girls.
Kadri Walcott of Milton Lynch Boys anchored Yellow House to victory in the 4x100m relay.
Kadri Walcott of Milton Lynch Boys anchored Yellow House to victory in the 4x100m relay.
Shamia Roberts of Christ Church Girls anchored Gold House to victory in the under-nine girls 4x100m.
Shamia Roberts of Christ Church Girls anchored Gold House to victory in the under-nine girls 4x100m.
Tricia Auguste of Gold House cruised to the finish line in the under-13 girls 4x100m relay.
Tricia Auguste of Gold House cruised to the finish line in the under-13 girls 4x100m relay.

One Response to Blue and Gold day

  1. paulineolivia February 3, 2015 at 2:58 pm

    GO CHRIST CHURCH GIRLS…

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