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Zamesha Myle’s ahead at TSSS’ track and field meet

Zamesha Myle’s ahead at TSSS’ track and field meet


Zamesha Myle established three records at the hosting of the 2018 Thomas Saunders Secondary School’s track and field meet held at the Victoria Park.

Myle, competing for St Hill House, established new marks in the senior females’ 100m, 200m and the open females’ 60m.

In the 100m, Myle reset the record to 12.53 seconds, with the 200m revised to 25.62 seconds.

Her 7.89 seconds in the 60m open is the new timing in the fast-paced event.

Myle’s records were among nine ditched during the staging of the meet.

St Hill House’s 3 minutes 52.80 seconds is the new record in the males 4 x 400m for seniors.

The other records were achieved in the field events.

Calson Mc Kie of Saunders House broke his own record set in 2017 in the intermediate shot putt, by throwing 12.24m.

Also in the males intermediate, Uroy Ryan of Webb House rewrote the high jump record, with a best height of 1.06m.

The lone new record to be registered in the junior category was achieved by Ashley Mars of Saunders House in the females’ shot putt, with a distance of 8.07m.

Meanwhile, there were two other new marks in the seniors, with Toshina John of Webb House the new holder of the best distance in the senior females’ shot putt, when she flung 9.45m.

And, Kris-Lee Morris of Jones House did 23.55m to revive the females’ discus.

Overall, Saunders House, with 1,214 points, retained the title, with St Hill House second, with 1,191 points.

Third place was taken by Webb House – 1,044 points and Jones House was fourth with 904 points.

The individual champions in the junior category were Almarie Providence of Webb House – the female winner and Javan Hopper of Saunders House – the male. 

Providence compiled 27 points and Hopper, 34.

T’wanny John of St Hill House copped the females’ intermediate championship with 46 points and Uroy Ryan was the male champion, also on 46 points.

Myle was the senior female champion and victrix ludorum and St Hill House’s Joel Jack was the senior male champion and victor ludorum. Jack’s tally of points was 63.

 It was the first time the Thomas Saunders Secondary School held its track and field meet over a two-day period.