Three districts conclude primary school table tennis championships

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Three districts conclude primary school table tennis championships

79f45f32-1247-43f8-8463-284f5d2d9babThree more districts have concluded their primary school table tennis championships, ramping up to the national inter-district competition.

Over 40 young student athletes vied for the District 4 titles, from Bexon Primary, Millet Primary, and Anse La Raye Primary. In the girls tournament, composed and consistent Kiana Felix from Millet Primary ran through all opponents to capture gold. Second place went to Collina Mederick of Anse La Raye Primary. Her teammates, Rihanna Mitchel and Anna Lisa Montoute, took third and fourth.

In the boys competition, RayJ Joseph of Anse La Raye Primary played powerful forehand smashes to beat Bexon Primary’s Terry David. Staum Popo of Anse La Raye Primary beat Sherwin Rosemond of Millet Primary for third place.

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Tournament organizer Chris Wells noted that although the Bexon Primary received their table tennis table a mere 10 days before the tournament, they were still able to field anm impressive squad of 11 competitors.

Over in District 2, Camille Henry Memorial Primary School got gold in boys and girls. National under 11 champion Jelanie Desauzay conquered all his opponents in straight sets. Shaquan Nelson from Canon Laurie Anglican School captured second, Kywan James from Vide Boutielle Primary third, over his classmate Eddie St Hill.

Nhij Myers defeated all of her opponents in straight sets, beating Allison Felix and Elica Similien from Vide Boutielle Primary into second and third, respectively. Morne Du Don Primary’s Akema Simon finished fourth.

District 2’s participating primary schools were Camille Henry Memorial, Morne Du Don, Vide Boutielle, and Canon Laurie Anglican.

Grande Riviere Primary dominated the District 1 tournament. Ronaldo St Juste beat schoolmate Ishmel Moise for first place; Saneil Bernard was third and Colvin Paul fourth, all from Grande Riviere Primary School.

Two more athletes from Grande Riviere, Angelique Richardson and Giselle McGowan battled for the girls title, with Angelique coming out on top.

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