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NAPSAC 2020 Final Points – Boys


Added 17 March 2020


St George Lions (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe)

Finals point in the 2020 National Primary Schools’ Athletics Championships, held today at the National Stadium.



  1. St George 117
  2. St Albans 90
  3. Luther Thorne 88
  4. Bayley’s Primary 82
  5. West Terrace 72
  6. Wesley Hall 69
  7. Charles f Broome 58
  8. St Cyprian’s 54
  9. All Saint’s 44
  10. Reynold Weekes 41
  11. Hilda Skeene 39
  12. Good Shepherd 35
  13. George Lamming 32
  14. St Giles 30
  15. St Gabriel’s 22
  16. Deacons Primary 16
  17. Milton Lynch 14
  18. Grazettes Primary 14


Division Champions

Under-7: Zeadon Pilgrim (Reynold Weekes) 16 points

Under-9: Rajan Forde (Wesley Hall) 30 Points

Under-11: Elizer Williams (St Albans) 28 points

Under-13: Ethan Hart(St George Primary)30 Points

Victor ludorum: Ethan Hart (St George Primary)/ Rajan Forde (Wesley Hall) 30 Points

Ethan Hart of St George Primary (left) and Rajan Forde of Wesley Hall won all three of their individual events to earn 30 points each. (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe)



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