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Kesron Myle patterns siblings in IPSAC achievements

Kesron Myle patterns siblings in IPSAC achievements


When Buccament Government’s Kesron Myle was announced, last Wednesday, as the Under-14 male champion at the National Lotteries Authority Inter-Primary Schools’ Athletics Championships (IPSAC), staged at the Arnos Vale Playing Field, he had followed the footsteps of two elder siblings.

Kesron, who finished with 27 points, had repeated, in the division, what his brother Curtron Myle had achieved at the IPSAC event in 2013.

Curtron, though, had added the victor ludorum title to his success.

Zamesha Myle, who is also the sister of Kesron and Curtron, was female Under-14 champion at the 2013 inter-primary schools’ championships.

Both Curtron and Zamesha were athletes of the Buccament Government School, just like their younger brother, Kesron.

At present, Curtron is a key member of the St Martin’s Secondary School’s track and field team.

Similarly, Zamesha has gone on to cop several titles at the Thomas Saunders inter-house athletics championships.

She is the top female athlete at that secondary institution.