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Red still rule at Roland Edwards

RIA GOODMAN, riagoodman@nationnews.com

Added 05 February 2019


JOSHUA FARLEY (left) of Green House on his way to winning the Under-13 Boys’ 400 metres at Roland Edwards Primary sports.

RED HOUSE counted their ninth straight title at Roland Edwards Primary’s Inter-house Athletic Championships at the school grounds last Friday.

They amassed 339 points, 70 more than Yellow, who finished with 269, while Green and Blue ended with 227 and 201, respectively.

Red’s Jodel Patterson and Jaiko Devonish were the front-runners in the operation by contributing 42 and 36 points, respectively.

In the Under-13 division, Patterson won the 100 and 600 metres and collected four silvers in the 200, 400, long jump and cricket ball throw. (RG)


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