Emerald House complete the hattrick

For the third consecutive year, Emerald ‘Green’ House have run away with the glory as champions of Trinity Academy Sports Day held today at the National Stadium.

The feat was quite easily accomplished, as the victorious Emerald House amassed 637 points to take the trophy once again ahead of Gold ‘Yellow’ House tallying 545 points for second. Diamond ‘White’ House, unfortunately, were unable to shine as brightly as they would have liked, finishing third with 427 points.

In the Under-13 Girls Division, Zhada Best of Emerald was the most impressive having won the 100m and 200m sprints and placing second in the 400m for a total of 28 individual points.

Emerald House also dominated the Under-13 boys equivalent through Koen Blackman, announcing himself as the fastest male at the school by slamming all competitors in the 100m and 200m field. In addition, he also threw the cricket ball the farthest to win that competition.

Koen Blackman of Emerald House is the fastest Under-13 boy at Trinity Academy, here he anchors his team to victory in the mixed relay. (Pictures by Morissa Lindsay)

The Under-11 Boys and Girls age group also went to Emerald House, compliments Savanna Browne scoring 20 points, having stamped her authority to cross the finish line first in the 100m and 200m. Meanwhile her housemate Christian Collymore was undefeated in the 100m, 200m and 300m and collected a well-deserved 30 points.

Christian Collymore of Emerald House was in a class of his own as he captured the Under-11 Boys Division and anchored his team to the 4x100m relay victory.

The athletes of Emerald were on a winning mission as they also topped the Under-nine Girls category through Zakiyah Collymore who accumulated 30 points with wins in the 80m, 100m and 200m.

Zakiyah Collymore of Emerald House topped the Under-nine Girls Division.

Gold House pair of Trey Barker and Ajani Franklyn commanded the Under-nine Boys field. Barker won the 80m, 100m and 200m while Franklyn ran for a close second position in all three races.

Diamond House had much reason to celebrate when Under-seven Girls champion, Zuri Guy, tallied an unmatched 28 points. She was a cut above the rest in the 50m and tennis ball throw, but was made to settle for second in the broad jump. Meanwhile, Raheem Myles secured 20 points while winning the 50m and the broad jump.


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