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Champs Inniss do it in style

EZRA STUART, ezrastuart@nationnews.com

Added 14 February 2020


Raheem Taitt-Best led Inniss to the title with wins in the Under-20 Boys’ 200 and 400 metres and also a blistering third leg in the 4x400m relay. Inset, Junior victor ludorum Evydence Bailey. (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe.)

Spearheaded by Raheem Taitt-Best, Kalescia Downes and first-former Evydence Bailey, Inniss (Blue), showed the other houses very little love on Valentine’s Day while repeating as champions of Christ Church Foundation Sports yesterday at the National Stadium.

Selena Johnson and Gabrielle Anderson, who shared the senior victrix ludorum title after accumulating most of their 56 points before sports day, also contributed significantly to Inniss’ final tally of 874 points.

Lynch (Green), who were led by junior victrix ludorum Avielle Small and junior victor ludorum Daniel Duncan, were a distant second on 723.5 points.

Talma (Purple), with the fastest boy on show in Laquan Trotman, were third on 545, followed by Wellington (Red) with 540.5. Skeete (Yellow) occupied the cellar position on 427 points, even though they had senior victor ludorum, Nathan Crawford-Wallis in their ranks.(EZS)

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