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Brewster end four-year drought


Added 14 January 2020


Brewster House athletes and supporters screamed themselves hoarse after they emerged as champion house at St Giles. (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe)

Brewster House finally ended four years of drought to reign supreme at the St Giles inter house sports yesterday at the National Stadium.

It was no coincident that Brewster’s previous four-year rule was ended when the Applewhaite twin entered junior school at St Giles for Adams House to dominate for the next four years. During those four years Brewster agonizingly ran second to Adams.

Yesterday Brewster seized the departure of the Golden Apples to storm to 518.50 points ahead of Adams’ 485.

Significantly, Parris House also ended their four-year love affair with the cellar to place third with 438 points leaving Cumberbatch House to bring up the rear with 420.50 points. (KB)

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