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BSSAC 2019: Standings after Day 1

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Added 12 March 2019

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Some action from the track on the first day of the Frank Blackman Zone at BSSAC 2019. (Picture by Reco Moore.)

At the close of Day 1 of the Frank Blackman Zone, the points table is as follows:

Girls

1.        St Michael School – 218.50

2.        Springer Memorial – 193.50

3.        Queen’s College – 173

4.        Combermere School – 171

5.        The Lodge School – 88

6.        The Ellerslie School – 47

7.        Alexandra School – 42

8.        Frederick Smith – 26

9.        Graydon Sealy Secondary – 12

10.      Grantley Adams Memorial – 11

11.      St Winifred’s School – 9.50

Boys

1.        Combermere School – 140.50

2.        Queen’s College – 138

3.        St Michael School – 132.50

4.        St Leonard’s Boys – 130

5.        The Lodge School – 122.50

6.        Alexandra School – 49

7.        The Ellerslie School – 46

8.        Frederick Smith – 32.50

9.        Graydon Sealy Secondary – 26

10.      Grantley Adams Memorial – 8

11.      Ursuline Convent – 7

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