Tons of fun

Excitement galore was the order of the day as Ellerslie Secondary’s sports day came off at National Stadium today.

Several records were broken among both the senior and junior athletes with outstanding performances coming especially from the likes of Gabrielle Nicholls, Richard Ince and Noel Scantlebury. Nicholls was the eventual victrix ludorum.

Barbados TODAY brings a pictorial review of the action from the track and field.

Richad Ince of Gold House was all about power as he stormed to the finish line in the under-15 A boys 100m sprint.
Richard Ince of Gold House was all about power as he stormed to the finish line in the under-15 A boys 100m sprint.
Jeshua Jemmott of Green House edged out Jaheim Neil of Gold House (center) who came second and Malek Holder of Green House who was third.
Jeshua Jemmott of Green House edged out Jaheim Neil of Gold House (center) who came second and Malek Holder of Green House who was third.
(From left) Rayshon Chassang, Chad Richards, Akio Odle and Romario Griffith won the under-17 boys 4x100m relay for Red House.
(From left) Rayshon Chassang, Chad Richards, Akio Odle and Romario Griffith won the under-17 boys 4x100m relay for Red House.
Asia Foster of Blue House dismissed the field in the under-15 A girls 100m.
Asia Foster of Blue House dismissed the field in the under-15 A girls 100m.
Kiara Dorant of Red House won the under-13 girls 200m ahead of Ronnisha Griffith of Gold House.
Kiara Dorant of Red House won the under-13 girls 200m ahead of Ronnisha Griffith of Gold House.
Noel Scantlebury jumping to victory in the under-17 division.
Noel Scantlebury jumping to victory in the under-17 division.

 

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