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The St. George Primary Lions roared to the Boys’ title at the James Wedderburn Zone of the National Primary Schools’ Athletics Championships yesterday.

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The record-breaking team from St. George of (from left) Malachi Gooding, Ethan Harte, Tamarion Lynch and Zachary Wall. They broke the record in the 800m medley and the 4x100m Under-13 relay.

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Ethan Harte from St. George Primary was in a record-breaking form with five records on the day.

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Amir Quimby from Hilda Skeene flying to the finish in the Under-9 80m.

St. George Primary wins title

St. George Primary ran away with the title at the James Wedderburn Zone of the National Primary Schools’ Athletics Championships yesterday.

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Kydashia Worrell of A DaCosta Edwards took home the Under-11 Girls' championship.

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Damari Griffith did his bit to lead All Saints to the Boys' championship. Here he is coming home first in his heat of the 100 metres.

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‘No shoes? No problem!’ Dimani Alleyne of St. Jude’s on his record-breaking run in the Under-13 Boys' 200 metres.

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Kenniko Darlington of Gordon Walters was good for the Under-9 championship. Here he is pulling away for the win in the 100 metres.

All Saints do double again

The Anton Norris Zone of the National Primary Schools Athletic Championships may just have to be renamed if this trend keeps up.

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Corey Howard of the Station Hill Cavaliers looks over the defence before making his move.

Bulls, Cavs draw first blood

The Burger King Clapham Bulls and the Station Hill Cavaliers have one win each under the belt to start the Barbados Amateur Basketball Association President’s Cup 2020, both mauling the competition

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