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April 10, 2022 11:12 PM | Osbert Francis (Administrator)

At the end of  three days of intense and enthralling rivalry Red Bay Primary School emerged as and, in the process, retained their hold on the Inter-Primary Track & Field Championship trophy with an overall team score of 284.90 points to  Prospect’s 272, Joann Clarke’s 232.50, Cayman  Academy’s 179, Cayman Prep’s 165.20, George Town’s 151, Sir John A Cumber’s 127.20,  Cayman International’s 99, Theoline McCoy’s 97, Triple C’s 564, North-East’s 53,  and First Baptist’s  53, First Baptist 50, St. Ignatius 23.20, Sister Island’s 18 and Homeschool’s 1  point.

Prospect and Red Bay both  topped the Girls Division with 136.50 points each, followed by Joanna Clarke (106.50), Cayman Prep (95), George Town (78), Cayman Academy (72), Sir John A Cumber (46.50), Cayman International (46), Triple C (46), Theoline McCoy (39), First Baptist (17) North East Schools (14) St. Ignatius (13) and Sister Islands (8).

In the  Boys Division Red Bay emerged on top of Standings with 142.40,  followed by Prospect (127.5), Joanna Clarke (124), Cayman Academy (97), George Town (73), Cayman Prep (58.20), Theoline McCoy (54), Sir John A Cumber (52.20), Cayman International (49.50), North East Schools (39), First Baptist (33), Sister Islands (10), Homeschool (1).

A total of 11 records fell in the Meet. In Division  2, Cayman International’s Sophie Clyne  23.02 in  the Girls  150m established  the new  standard for the event, whilst in the same  Division Red Bay’s Nathaniel Haye rewrote the books by winning the  Boys Long Jump with a leap of 4.16m.

In Division 3 the impressive looking duo of Oshwaney Johnson’s (20.76) and Jahriah Ngyou (21.70) of Theoline McCoy and Prospect, respectively are now the record holders for that Divisions Boys & Girls 150m, respectively.

The  Champion’s Gabriella Linton was  responsible for toppling the only record to fall in Division 4 when she shot putted 7.20m in the winning the Girls event.

It was in Division 5 that most records fell with six new standards being created. Prep’s  Heidi  Hayward  won  the High Jump with  a new record clearance of 1.25m in a close   competition with Sir John A, Cumber’s Bella Persaud (1.25m) who lost on the countback. George Town’s  Jeleah Maize’s  was the standout athlete of the Championships creating two new marks. She was impressive when  establishing  the new 13.65 in the Girl’s 100m and 27.81 in the 200m. First Baptist’s Keion McLean was also a triple record breaker  in the Division when he not only won the equivalent sprint events for  the Boys with new record times of 13.28   (100m) and  27.50(200m), but also went on to establish a  new record for the Boys  Long Jump with a  leap of  4.47m.

Attention now turns to the Carifta Games to be staged in Jamaica this  Easter weekend and the Inaugural Civil Service Track & Field Championships to be staged on the 30th April at the Truman Bodden Stadium.

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