Fraser shines

After being away from the track for almost two years Mary Fraser returned with a bang and smashed four records at Daryl Jordan Secondary’s Inter-house sports held today at the National Stadium.

Corbin “Red” House came out on top as champions with 1719 points, followed by last year’s winners Ward “Green” House on 1697, Jordan “Yellow” House with 1400 and Ifill “Blue” House fourth on 1174.

Fraser who represented Ward “Green” House was named senior victrix ludorum after setting new times in the 400m which she won in 57.62 to erase the previous record of 61.67 set by Natalie Herbert back in 1987.

(From left) Davor Griffith of Corbin House edged out Shaulon Collymore of Ward House on the line to win the under-20 boys 200m.
(From left) Davor Griffith of Corbin House edged out Shaulon Collymore of Ward House on the line to win the under-20 boys 200m.

She also clocked 25.04 in the 200m to remove the previous mark of 25.10 set by Catherine Richards in 1982. Fraser also broke the 3000m and 1500m records respectively. In the 3000m she ran 11:26.41 to erase her previous time of 12:00.53 while in the 1500m she smashed the old record of 5:59.58 which had belong to A-lea Jordan.

Other top performers were senior victor ludorum Nathan Small of Ward House with 67 points. He won the under-17 boys discus, javelin, shot-put, 200m and came second in the 400m and third in the 100m.

Nathan Small of Ward House (second right) held on to win the under-17 boys 200m.
Nathan Small of Ward House (second right) held on to win the under-17 boys 200m.

The junior boys victor ludorum honours went to Uroy Wint of Ifill House in the under-15 division as he won the high jump, long jump, and javelin and came second in the discus, shot put, 100m, and 400m and third in the 200m.

The junior girls’ victrix ludorum was Keena Austin of Ward House who won the under-15 girls’ discus, javelin, shot put, 200m, second in the 400m and third in the 100m.

Myah Yearwood was first across the finish line in the under-15 girls 200m.
Myah Yearwood was first across the finish line in the under-15 girls 200m.

One Response to Fraser shines

  1. kathy-Ann Clarke February 5, 2015 at 2:50 pm

    Congrats to Mary Fraser, knew her from Primary School days, when she attended Westbury Primary, then followed her at St. George Secondary, and now St. Lucy/ Daryl Jordan. Congrats again!!

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