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X-Ceed retain track and field National Club Championship title

X-Ceed retain track and field National Club Championship title


X-Ceed Sports Club (XSC) outdistanced the six other track and field units which were vying for the title of National Club Championship, to win for the second year running.{{more}}

Contesting the annual championships last Saturday and Sunday at the Arnos Vale One Playing Field, XSC did not only have the numbers, but their tally of 903 points exceeded the second placed IT-DAT by some margin. IT-DAT compiled 758 points.

X-Cel Academy totalled 676 points to complete the top three.

The improving Bequia Club finished on 140 points; Chatoyer – 135, System three – 104 and Will to Finish Track Club – 46, in that order.

The male category was topped by X-Cel with 508 points and the female segment was won by X-Ceed, whose athletes combined their efforts to accumulate 448 points.

Several athletes distinguished themselves in the various age categories.

Javon Rawlins of X-Cel was the top male Under-16 athlete. Rawlins registered 44 points, the most by any male.

Also in the Under-16, Zamesha Myle of X-Ceed outscored her fellow competitors, as her 31 points were the most among her peers.

Like the Under-16, it was X-Cel and X-Ceed which claimed the Under-18 individual accolades.

John Compton, X-Cel – (32 points) and Rownesha Spencer, X-Ceed, with 40 points, were the top male and female athletes, respectively.

Taking the top male Under-20 title was X-Ceed’s Kaillon Kirby with 41 points, while IT DAT’s Sorenya Miller on 49 points was the top female. Miller’s tally proved to be the most among all females.

Another IT-DAT athlete, Kimorie Shearman, put together 24 points, to head up the male 20 and Over category.

And, there was a tie for the top female in the 20 and Over segment, as both Shantal Rouse of IT-DAT and Chantel Legair of X-Ceed were level on 39 points.(RT)