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Sealy, Colthrust treble winners at 2nd NAAA meetTrinidad Guardian :: 19.01.2017
Antonia Sealy of Point Fortin New Jets (PFNJ) and Aeisha Colthrust (Neon Wolves) led all top performers at the second National Association of Athletic Administration (NAAA) development meet at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo on Saturday.
Both athletes each won three events with Sealy, a student of Cedros Secondary, taking the girls Under-18 long jump (5.08m), shot put (10.82) and javelin (35.06).
The Pan American Combined Cup Girls Youth (Under 18) silver medalist finished ahead of Jeneil Morris of Memphis Pionners (4.55m) in the long jump. She defeated Rhonelle Nurse of Warriors (5.18m) in the shot put and another Warriors athlete Sherse Webb in the javelin (14.65).
Colthrust, formerly of Holy Faith Convent Couva, landed the women's open long jump long jump (5.23), high jump (1.45) and 100m hurdles (16.21) titles.
Last year's NAAA top U-16 track athlete Rae-Ann Serville (Memphis) sped away with the girls under 16 100m (12.41) and 200m (24.82). In the 100m, the St Joseph Convent Port-of-Spain athlete dominated the field, winning the the first of two heats and was more than half a second ahead of the next fastest, her club-mate Nicola Purcell (12.91), the winner of heat one. Samara Garcia (PFNJ), 13.07 was third.
Serville was even more impressive in winning the 200mby more than a second and leading a Memphis sweep of the top three places. Purcell (26.09) finished second and Arianne Lucio (27.15) third.
Serville was one of six athletes to record double wins. Her Memphis team-mates Kion Benjamin won the Boys U-18 100 in 11.17 and the 200m (22.97) and Janiel Morris crossed first in the Girls U-18 100m (12.43) and 200m (26.36), the Sangre Grande Secondary duo of Nathan King (Boys' U-16 high jump-1.25/long jump-3.76) and Anderson Subero (Boys U-20 110m hurdles-17.61/ 400m hurdles-1:02.03) and Ayele Joseph of MAP (Boys' U-16 100m-11.27/200m-22.77).
Benjamin and his Memphis club-mates took the top three places in the boys U-18 200m. He won in 22.97 with Marcus Purcell (23.16) and Jabari Samuel (23.25) following him to the line. Joseph looked smooth in his wins in the boys U-16 100m and 200m. In the longer sprint, he clocked 22.77 to defeat last season's NAAA top boys U-16 track athlete of the year Shakeem Mc Kay of Memphis (22.80). Kester Richards (PFNJ) 23.52 was third.
Richards was also second in the 100m (11.53) with Kern Cedeno (Fyzabad AS) third in 12.07 . Girls U-18 100m and 200m winner Morris missed out on a third title after she had to settle for second in the girls U-18 long jump.
Subero also missed on a third gold when he was beaten in second in the men's long jump (6.20), taking silver behind the winner Dwayne Herbert of Warriors (6.84). Earlier Subero was victorious in the boys U-20 110m hurdles and the men's 400m hurdles.
Girls: 1 Jenna Marie-Thomas (IG Fastlane) - 9.17; 2 Soleil Aberdeeon (Genesis) - 9.68; 3 Teshawna Pope (Memphis) - 9.71
Boys: 1 Jayden Moses (Abilene) - 9.03; 2 Camejo (Memphis) - 9.20; 3 Tamere Mendoza (Genesis) - 9.29
Girls: 1 Qalisha Jones (Oasics) - 11.62; 2 Amaya Mitchell (Abilene) - 11.77; 3 Ayode Simmons (Memphis) - 11.79
Boys: 1 Daeshaun Cole (Abilene)/ Antonio Smith (Wildcats) - 11.19; 3 Giovanni Bobb-Semple (Wildcats) - 11.46
Girls: 1 Jaycelle Bailey (PFNJ) - 12.06; 2 Atiya Croal (Memphis) - 13.09; 3 Carlissa Harry (Abilene) - 13.83
Boys: 1 Asiel Gonzales (Abilene) - 12.80; 2 Joshua Mascall (IG Fast Lane) - 12.83; 3 Wayne Edwards (Memphis) - 12.90
Girls: 1 Atiya Croal (Memphis) - 26.9; 2 Jaycelle Bailey (PFNJ) - 27.48; 3 Vanessa Stephens (Silver Bullets) - 28.70
Boys: 1 Keone John (Memphis) - 26.16; 2 Joshua Mascall (Fyzabad AS) - 26.26; 3 Cyril Summer (Memphis ) - 26.66
High jump: 1 Wayne Edwards (Memphis ) - 1.50m; 2 Keone John (Memphis) - 1.40; 3 Deryck Ward (Toco TAFAC) - 1.25
Long jump: 1 Joshua Mascall (Fyzabad AS) - 5.01; 2 Obi Edwards (Fyzabad AS) - 4.66; 3 Omari Simmonds (Fyzabad) - 4.54
1 Nicholas Thomas (Sangre Grande Sec) - 6.63
Boys: 1 Ayele Joseph (MAP) - 11.27; 2 Kester Richards (PFNJ) - 11.53; 3 Kern Cedeno (Fyzabad AS) - 12.07
Girls: 1 Natasha Fox (PFNJ) - 59.59; 2 Xea Bruce (Toco Titans) - 1:01.48; 3 Malika Coutain (PFNJ) - 1:03.67
Boys: 1 Milachi Heywood (PFNJ) - 54.55; 2 Shane Ashton (Speed Factory) - 55.09; 3 Kern Cedeno (Fast Lane) - 55.37
1 Jean Marie Farinha (Wolves) - 2:52.56; 2 Atiya Cummings (Unattached) - 3:00.25
1 Patrice Richards (Neon Wolves) - 15.01
Girls: 1 Josoynia Fifi (Toco Titans) - 11.43
Boys: Nathaniel Mathura (D'Abadie Progressive) 10.24
High jump: Nathan King (Sangre Grande Sec) 1.25
Long jump: Nathan King (Sangre Grande Sec) 3.76
Girls: 1 Janiel Morris (Memphis ) - 12.43
2 Cheziah Phillip (Toco Titans) - 12.63
3 J'da Browne (Memphis) - 12.71
1 Kion Benjamin (Memphis Pioneers) - 11.17
2 Nathanael Charles (Sangre Grande Sec) - 11.30
3 Marcus Purcell (Memphis Pioneers) - 11.40
1 Janiel Morris (Memphis ) - 26.36
2 Rochelle Lewis (Abilene) - 26.61
3 J'da Brown (Memphis) - 27.05
Girls: 1 Atiya Cummings (Genesis) - 1:06.53; 2 Areyka Benjamin (Unattached) - 1:13.14; 3 Aneika Archibald (Health Olympians) - 1:25.38
Boys: 1 Avindale Smith (Abilene) - 50.73; 2 Akil Boisson (Memphis) - 51.76; 3 Christian George (Memphis) - 54.27
800m: 1 Ricardo Placide (Track Stars) - 2:07.68; 2 Tyrese Bernard (D'Abadie Progressive) - 2:15.48; 3 Nkosi Olatunji (Silver Bullets) - 2:16.45
100m hurdles: Cheziah Phillip (Toco Titans) - 14.92
110m hurdles: 1 Tyrese Rawlins (Neon Wolves) - 15.74; 2 Tyrese Trotman (Sangre Grande Sec) - 18.29
400m hurdles: 1 Tyrese Trotman (Sangre Grande Sec) - 1:15.07; 2 Renaldo Charles (Fyzabad AS) - 1:15.83
1 Antonia Sealy (PFNJ) - 5.08
2 Jeneil Morris (Memphis) - 4.55
1 Josiah Edwards (Abilene) - 6.49,
2 Joel Andrews (D'Abadie Progressive) - 5.96,
3 Hakem Mc Lean (D'Abadie ) - 5.44
Girls: 1 Akeera Esdelle (PFNJ) - 12.22; 2 Jendayi Noel (Speed Factory) - 12.35; 3 Karista Thomas (Speed Factory) - 12.64
Boys: 1 Bevon Gordon (Memphis) 11.02; 2 Renaldo Alleyne-Noreiga (Memphis) 11.06; 3 Michael Sealy (Speed Factory) 11.08
Girls: 1 Jael Ferguson (Abilene) 24.61; 2 Josiah Mc Sween (Abilene) 25.68; 3 Jerisa James (Memphis) 26.00
Boys: 1 Jacob St Clair (Abilene Wildcats) 21.58; 2 Avindal Smith (Abilene Wildcats) 22.04; 3 Jahi Hernandez (Abilene) 22.24
Aeisha Colthrust of Neon Trackers on her way to victory in the women's long jump at the second NAAA development meet at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, Port of Spain on Saturday. Colthurst also won the women's long jump and 100m hurdles events. PHOTO: SPORTSCORE