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St Giles, St Alban's rule NAPSAC 2018


Added 22 March 2018


ST GILES and St Alban's are the new champions of primary school athletics, taking the girls and boys titles respectively in the National Primary Schools Athletics Championships (NAPSAC) today.

St Giles, led by victrix ludorum Tia Applewhaite and her twin sister Tania, captured the girls' title with 109 points while St Alban's amassed 126 points to take the boys' crown in an exciting battle for primary schools' track and field supremacy at the Usain Bolt Sports Complex.

West Terrace were second among the girls with 68 points and Eden Lodge, third on 67.

St Cyprian's Boys were second on 100 points with Wilkie Cumberbatch third on 75.

FINAL POINTS (schools gaining 20 or more points)


St Giles 109

West Terrace 68

Eden Lodge 67

Wesley Hall 61

Cuthbert Moore 60

Bay Primary 51.3

Charles F. Broome 48

St Lucy 46.3

St Joseph 41

Bayley’s 38

Grazettes 28

Hilda Skeene 28

Wilkie Cumberbatch 27

.A. Dacosta Edwards 27

St Stephen’s 25

Christ Church Girls 25

All Saints 24

St Alban’s 22

Hindsbury 22

Luther Thorne 21

St Lawrence 20


St Alban’s 126

St Cyprian’s 100

Wilkie Cumberbatch 75

Luther Thorne 68

Bay Primary 68

St Giles 63

Charles F. Broome 55

West Terrace 46

Wesley Hall 42

Bayley’s 37

St Stephen’s 37

Grantley Prescod 34

St Gabriel’s 28

Milton Lynch 27

Eden Lodge 26

Trinity Academy 22

Individual Division Champions

Under-7 Girls: Rejada Hinds (St Giles) 20

Under-7 Boys: Rajan Forde (Wesley Hall) 14

Under-9 Girls: Kydaisha Worrell (A. Dacosta Edwards) 24

Under-9 Boys: Macaiah Brathwaite (Luther Thorne) 30

Under-11 Girls: Tia Applewhaite (St Giles) 30

Under-11 Boys: Jules Ogarro (St Gabriel’s) 20

Under-13 Girls: Chrisaria Ballantyne (Cuthbert Moore) 26

Under-13 Boys: Shamari Addison (St Alban’s) 22

Victrix Ludorum: Tia Applewhaite (St Giles) 30

Victor Ludorum: Macaiah Brathwaite (Luther Thorne) 30



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