Mar 17, 2012

A good all-round efffort which augurs well for sports at Saints

                                                                       Following up from their exploits at the Inter Schools Field Competition held last week at the Guyana Teachers Union Ground, Saint Stanislaus College returned to seize Track Championship ahead of Rose’s High, Business School, Princetown College, Saint George’s High, Brickdam Secondary and Saint Mary’s High to be the overall winners, yesterday at Police Sport Club ground, Eve Leary.
There was not much competition as the previous zones (1, 2 and 3) but Jamal Marks dominated in the Under-20 boy’s category out-shining National Table Tennis player, Nigel Brian.Marks of Princetown College, won the boy’s 100m ahead of National sprinter Orin Sobers. Marks then returned to take the 200m with Brian settling was 2nd.The competition between the two continued until the end of the 400m which saw the National Table Tennis player turning the tables on his rival {Marks} for his first win of the day in the boys U-20 category.Ruth Samagoon scored full 30 points after outclassing the her rivals in the girls Under-14 100m, 200m, and 400m beating Shayon Freeman in first two events. Odessa Moore was second to Samagoon in the 400m.Devon ‘Scooby’ Barrington easily won the boys Under-20 1500m; showcasing great form and ease in taking the win. He returned to catalog his second victory of the day in the 800m to qualify for the Champion of Champions which is slated today.The Championship will see schools from Zone 1, 2 and 3 competing to qualify for the National School’s Championships which will be held at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence from November 14-18.

Source: Kaieteur News Online

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