Coming into the final day on Sunday 15th March, the Sandy Point primary school athletes were in the leading position, but by a mere two gold medals ahead of the nearest competitor Estridge Primary. That slim margin was soon widened as the Sandy Point High School athletes pocketed an additional six gold medals to grab the overall title.
On the final day, the domination was written in the sprint events for the defending champions, as they copped the two top spots in the Boys U-9 100m, with Mitchell Richards performing at 14.15 sec., edging out his counterpart Christian Williams at 14.46 sec. and Noran Warde of Dieppe Bay Primary at 14.50 sec in third place.
Rafique Marson of the Immaculate Conception Catholic School won the Boys U-13 age division.
On the distaff side of the athletic competitors, Dr. William Connor Primary’s Adaxia Berkley topped the U-9 age division, with Estridge Primary’s Ayazmia and Cayon Primary’s Jasonna Williams snapping up the Under 11 and 13 divisions respectively.
Mitchell Richard of Sandy Point Primary emerged as Victor Ludorum, while Ayazmia Dolphin of Estridge Primary School was named Victrix Ludorum.
The overall medal standing:
- 1.Sandy Point Primary – 11 Gold, 9 Silvers, 9 Bronze = 29 Medals
- 2.Dr. William Connor Primary – 6 Gold, 6 Silver, 7 Bronze = 19 Medals
- 3.Tucker Clarke Primary – 5 Gold, 2 Silver, 7 Bronze = 15 Medals
- 4.Estridge – 5 Gold, 2 Silver, 3 Bronze = 10 Medals