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Diamond Vale triumph at Kelvin Nancoo Games

Jelani Beckles :: Newsday :: 08.03.2017

DIAMOND VALE Government, Carenage Girls Government and Dunross Preparatory were the champion schools when the Kelvin Nancoo West Games took place at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo, yesterday.

Diamond Vale won both the boys and girls categories in the West B category. In the West A category, Carenage won the girls category, while Dunross were the superior team in the boys category.

It was a sea of colour at the stadium as schools from 9 am came out to compete. Prior to the events, Carenage Girls won the West A march past, while Four Roads Government earned the top spot in the West B march past.

As expected, Diamond Vale dominated the awards in the West B category. Winning awards for Diamond Vale were Hakim Salandy (Victor Ludorum Under-11), Tyrell Springer (Victor Ludorum Under-13), Tiffany Alleyne (Victrix Ludorum Under-15) and Jordan Burton (Victor Ludorum Under- 15). Also winning awards were Naima Julius of Diego Martin Government (Victrix Ludorum Under-9), Savion Adams of Crystal Stream Government (Victor Ludorum Under- 9), Markalia John of Crystal Stream (Victrix Ludorum Under- 11) and Makeda Edwards of Diego Martin Government (Victrix Ludorum Under-13).

Maraval RC, Dunross and International School of Port of Spain stole the show in the West A awards. Averia Leacock (Victrix Ludorum) and Teriem Toussaint (Victor Ludorum) of Maraval RC swept the Under- 9 awards. In the Under-11 category, Fatimah Springer of Cocorite Government (Victrix Ludorum) and Josiah Grant of West Port SDA (Victor Ludorum) won the top prizes.

Winning the other awards in the West A category, were Perry Lee Christie of International School (Victrix Ludorum Under-13), Dylan Woodruffe of Dunross (Victor Ludorum Under-13), Chelsea Mukerji of International School (Victrix Ludorum Under-15) and Tye Clarke of Dunross (Victor Ludorum Under-15).


Diamond Vale triumph at Kelvin Nancoo Games
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