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NAPSAC thrills at Stadium


NAPSAC thrills at Stadium

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THE FOCUS WAS on qualifying for semi-final berths and that made for competitive NAPSAC quarter-finals at the National Stadium yesterday.

Consequently, there were some compelling performances that won’t be forgotten in a hurry.

Section four of the Under-13 Boys’ 100 metres was like a group of death and the lads ran as though their lives depended on it.

In the end, lionhearted Jevon Burnett of Milton Lynch held off the surge of his main rivals and posted a time of 13.40 seconds.

Kristin Cummins of George Lamming and Joshua Thornhill of St Cyprian’s were the next best qualifiers with the same time of 13.49 seconds followed by the versatile Savion Hoyte of Sharon in 13.60 seconds.

The semi-finals in this division are a must-see.

Please read the full story in today’s Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.