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Barrouallie, St Martin’s Secondary schools, take cross country run titles

Barrouallie, St Martin’s Secondary schools, take cross country run titles


The Barrouallie Secondary won the females bracket and the St Martin’s Secondary – the male segment, of the schools’ cross country championships, run last Thursday afternoon at the decommissioned ET Joshua Airport.

Barrouallie females secured the first four places as Zita Vincent, Chaunte Williams, Ashanti Richards and Marlene Richards finished in that order.

As a result, Barrouallie tallied 10 points, as the quartet were awarded 1, 2, 3 and 4 points, synonymous with their placing.

In the males category, St Martin’s compiled 38 points, their top four

athletes – Newman Peters, Reginald Lewis, Vandell Chance and Kyle Alphonso placing sixth, eighth, 11th and 13th, respectively.

Second to Barrouallie were Troumaca Ontario (49 points) and third were the St Joseph’s Convent Kingstown (50 points).

The Bethel High School were fourth with 75 points and the Girls’ High School completed the top five finishers on 90 points.

Trailing St Martin’s Secondary, with 68 points, were Petit Bordel Secondary, with the St Vincent Grammar School on 73 points, placing third.

Putting together 76 points were fourth placed Troumaca Ontario, with Thomas Saunders Secondary, fifth, compiling 86 points.

The team with the least number of points, based on the top four finishers, is the declared the overall winner.

The females did two laps of the course, a distance of 4 km, while the males completed an additional lap, as they covered 6km.

Ten schools competed in the male category and 10 in the female category.