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Divisional champions named at National Juvenile Championships

Divisional champions named at National Juvenile Championships


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The eight age group champions of the recently concluded National Juvenile Championships staged by Team Athletics SVG at the Arnos Vale Playing Field, have been named.

The St Mary’s RC, in the persons of Rhian Brudy and Donte Matthews were crowned in the Under-9 female and male category, respectively. They each compiled 16 points.

Another athlete from the St Mary’s RC collected a title, when Nleez Providence took the female Under-11. Her tally of points was 16.

With a count of 20 points, System 3’s Daejon Byam copped the male Under-11 title.

Also shared was the Under-13 division, with Almarie Providence of System 3 taking the female segment and St Martin’s Secondary’s Andrew Mapp, the male. Providence had 22 points to her name and Mapp, 24.

And, Kayla Edwards of the Thomas Saunders Secondary was the female Under-15 champion and the St Vincent Grammar School’s Jayden Delpesche, the male winner.

Edwards also was the Victrix Ludorum and Delpesche, the Victor Ludorum. They registered 28 points apiece.

The championships did not have the participation of last year’s champion High Performance, neither regular competitors the IT-DAT Academy.


On page 17 of our edition of Tuesday, April 4, 2017, we published a story titled: “Divisional champions named at National Juvenile Championships”. To accompany that story, we also published two images, one of which was supposed to be of Almarie Providence, the Female U13 winner. That photograph was incorrect. We therefore apologise for the error and now republish the story with the correct photograph of Almarie.