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Encore for Bayley’s and West Terrace

RIA GOODMAN, riagoodman@nationnews.com

Added 17 February 2020


QUEENS: West Terrace’s athletes celebrate winning the girls’ title in the Patsy Callender Zone for the second straight year.

THE GROWLS of the Williams Industries West Terrace female Tigers signalled a second straight triumph while the Bayley’s boys also reigned supreme for the second consecutive time during the NATION-sponsored Patsy Callender Zone of the Fruta National Primary Schools Athletics Championships yesterday. 

Led by victrix ludorum Janea Joe, the Tigers marked their new territory at the National Stadium, amassing 264 points ahead of the Bayley’s girls with 161.50. Charles F Broome finished third with 151 points.

Wesley Hall and Christ Church Girls finished fourth and fifth with 107 and 100 points, respectively.

The Bayley’s boys amassed 202 points, followed by West Terrace with 195.50 and Luther Thorne on 167. Charles F Broome were fourth with 103 and 94 points.

The confident Joe, powered home to win the Under-13 Girls’ 100 in 13.95  seconds and made the winning leap of 3.85 metres in the sand pit.

The young tigress finished the day with 28 points after gaining a silver in the 200 metres following a clocking of 28.44 seconds, but it was a team effort as West Terrace picked up points across the field to seal another girls’ crown in the always exciting zone.

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