RESULTS: District Two race Nov. 12

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RESULTS: District Two race Nov. 12

roadPRESS RELEASE – District 2 held its Annual Primary Schools’ Road Race on Thursday, November 12, 2015 from the Gros Islet Secondary School to the Beausejour Cricket Grounds.

Five out of the six primary schools in the district participated in this three (3) Kilometres road race: Canon Laurie Anglican Primary School, Carmen Rene Memorial School, Gordon and Walcott Memorial Methodist School, Morne Du Don Government Primary School and the Vide Bouteille Primary School.

The top 30 athletes were awarded medals and the top three male and female athletes per division were awarded trophies.

 

Under 11 boys

Rank        Name                School             Time
1st         Klent Bernard        Anglican Primary         12:42:88

2nd        Jeanoi James            Vide Bouteille Primary     13:04:92

3rd        Denzel Phillips        Morne Du Don Primary     13:24:86

 

Under 11 girls

Rank        Name                School             Time
1st         Chrizan Duncan        Methodist Primary         13:55:62

2nd        Yanniver James        Vide Bouteille Primary     14:24:32

3rd        Kamaria Dupre        Anglican Primary         15:27:69

 

13 and under boys

Rank        Name                School             Time
1st         Daniel Kennedy        Methodist Primary               11:23:20

2nd        Demario Pelage        Anglican Primary               11:44:48

3rd        Sherman Jn. Phillip    Anglican Primary           11:58:67

 

13 and under girls

Rank        Name                     School                Time
1st         Kayzan Williams             Morne Du Don Primary        15:46:53

2nd        Zaida James                 Carmen Rene Memorial        15:55:13

3rd        Kayla Joseph             Vide Bouteille Primary        16:24:03

A total of 88 students ran the race.

The District Two Sports Committee wishes to thank the Traffic Department of the Royal St. Lucia Police Force, The St. Lucia Red Cross Association and The Principal and staff of the Gros Islet Secondary School for their assistance.

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