CPS, JLPS AND EPPS etch their names into Mondo Track history book

CPS, JLPS AND EPPS etch their names into Mondo Track history book

By: T. Chapman

SKN PULSE – A spanking new facility, high expectations, tight competition and a renewed rivarly kept sports enthusiasts glued to their seats as our nation’s youth displayed their competitive abilities at the Mondo sporting facility yesterday, (Wednesday 28th March, 2018. MCPS, JLPS, CPS and EPPS etched their names in the history books: Maude Cross Preparatory School registered the first Gold of the day on the new track while the Joycelyn Liburd Primary, the Charlestown Primary School and the Elizabeth Pemberton Primary were successful in winning their respective divisions, (JLPS and CPS) are joint Champions in the A division.

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Throughout the day, eight schools battled for supremacy in two separate divisions:

Group A: JLPS, CPS, STPS and IWPS

Group B’ EPPS, VOJN SJPS and VOJN

They competed in the 400, 60, 1200, 4×100, 800, 100 and 4×400 meter races. Performing at peak, students gave it their all.

However, when the final scores were tallied, Elizabeth Pemberton were declared Division B Champions while Charlestown Primary School and Joycelyn Liburd Primary School were declared joint Champions with 181 points each. The end results allows each school to have bragging rights on laying claim to winning the first meet held at the Mondo Track.

Former Champions St. Thomas’ Primary school fell short but were very much in the scheme of things.

The Champion schools celebrated to the sounds of Champion by DJ Bravo and some complimentary fireworks.

An elated Kurvin Wallace expressed congratulations to all the children and he insisted that he is very pleased.

The official overall point standings at the end of the meet were as follows:

Charlestown Primary and Joycelyn Liburd Primary-181 points –joint Zone A champions

St. Thomas’ Primary-168 points

Elizabeth Pemberton Primary-128 points-Zone B champions

Ivor Walters Primary-94 points

Maude Cross Preparatory -62 points

VOJN-41 points

St. James’ Primary-9 points

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