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Added 06 February 2019


RED HOUSE athletes are joined by their supporters, including parents and house teachers, in celebrating their triumph at Gordon Walters sports. (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe.)

BEHIND the class and charisma of two-times victrix ludorum Avielle Small and victor ludorum Jazion Adams, Wilson House (Red) crushed opponents Barrow (Yellow) and Dottin (Blue) to complete a sensational hat-trick of titles at the Gordon Walters Primary School sports on Tuesday.

Wilson amassed 781, Barrow 654 and Dottin 599 at the annual athletics meet at the Barbados National Oil Company groundsin St Philip.

Small remained unbeaten from last year, repeating wins in the long jump, 100, 200, 400 and 600 to gain 58 points in the Under-13 Girls’ age group.

Her only blemish was second place in the cricket ball throw.

Her Under-13 housemate Adams gained 56 points after winning the cricket ball, 100, 200 and 400 metres. (LY)


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