Ifill rule St Christopher
Ifill House are the new champions of track and field at St Christopher Primary School.
They amassed 507 points while dethroning perennial victors Blades House by a margin of 11 points when the annual sports were held at Dover last Friday.
Corbin House were front runners leading up to the final day but they faded to finish third on 484 points, while Haynes House finished in the cellar position on 466.
Haynes, however, walked away with a consolation trophy being the strongest athletes in the tug o’ war, as they were mightier than the determined Corbin House.
Shanice Bellamy from Haynes House was the top performer in the Under-13 division as well as copping the victrix ludorum.
The victor ludorum title was shared between Under-13 athlete Kyle Gale of Blades House and Under-9 Jonathan Forde from Ifill House. Both finished on 32 points.
The champion girl from the Infants was Shanaya Gaillard of Haynes House, while her house mate Athiery Bynoe was champion boy.
Under-9 Girls: Tyanara Parris (Corbin House) – 32 points
Under-9 Boys: Justin Forde (Ifill House) – 32 points
Under-11 Girls: Jalisa Daniel (Ifill House) – 24 points
Under-11 Boys: Anthony Evelyn (Ifill House) – 25 points
Under-13 Girls: Shanice Bellamy (Haynes House) – 41
Under-13 Boys: Kyle Gale
(Blades House) – 32 points
Infant Girl: Shanaya Gaillard (Haynes House)
Infant Boy: Athiery Bynoe (Haynes House)
Tug o’ war champions: Haynes House
Track and field champions: Ifill House (AI/EZS)