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Red’s turn to rule Hindsbury roost


Red’s turn to rule Hindsbury roost

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HINDSBURY PRIMARY SCHOOL’s inter-house championships had all of the colour, excitement and individual titles of other schools.

However, unlike the other schools, no house is allowed to dominate, as the crown changed hands once more on sports day in Queen’s Park on Friday.

Defending champions Gold House were relegated to third as Red rose to capture the title with 722 points. Green were second with 642.5, Gold third with 602.5 and Blue fourth with 594.

Red also scored the most points on the final day, accumulating 176, to Blue’s 165, Gold’s 164, and Green’s 156.

Red owed their victory to some outstanding performances on the track, with Ranesha Smith taking the open division with ten points while her twin Rishanna grabbed 19 points in the Under-13 division, which was won by Joy Ellis who garnered 25 points for Blue. Alexus Mascoll contributed ten points to Red in topping the under-7 division. (KB)

Please read the full story in today’s Sunday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.