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Christ Church Foundation and Harrison College leading Day 2 BSSAC

RIA GOODMAN, riagoodman@nationnews.com

Added 15 March 2019



It would take a miracle to catch the Christ Church Foundation girls during today’s Sol Esther Maynard Zone of the Barbados Secondary Schools Athletics Championships.

They are leading with 388.50 points, a massive 164-point margin ahead of Harrison College who currently stands at 224.50 points.

Third is the Alleyne School with 224.50 points while Lester Vaughan and St George Secondary are 145 and 142 points respectively.

However, if the Foundation boys wish to be double crown champions with their female counterparts they must distance themselves from Harrison College who are currently tied with them for 173 points.

Coleridge & Parry is third with 192 and Alleyne and Lester Vaughan 190 and 182.50 respectively. (RG)

Point Standings:


  1. Christ Church Foundation 388.50
  2. Harrison College 224.50
  3. Alleyne School 186
  4. Lester Vaughan 145
  5. St George Secondary 142
  6. Coleridge & Parry 139
  7. Deighton Griffith 95
  8. Princess Margaret 79
  9. Parkinson Memorial 37
  10. Darylll Jordan 31
  11. Providence 20 


  1. Harrison College 273
  2. Christ Church Foundation 273
  3. Coleridge & Parry 192
  4. Alleyne School 190
  5. Lester Vaughan 182.50
  6. St George Secondary 118.50
  7. Princess Margaret 62.50
  8. Daryll Jordan 34
  9. Deighton Griffith 32
  10. Parkinson Memorial 20
  11. Providence 7


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