Defending champions Edwin Allen Excessive College led comfortably within the women’ part after day one of many Central Athletics Championships being held at G C Foster Faculty.
After 30 occasions scored, Edwin Allen, who’re on 293 factors, led St Jago Excessive, who’re in second place on 237.50, by 55.5 factors.
Hydel Excessive (209), Holmwood Technical (115.50) and Vere Technical (103) full the highest 5 forward of right now’s remaining day.
St Jago Excessive have been the primary college to win a gold medal on the day when Rushell Johnson took the steeplechase Open in 7:20.63 minutes. Sanyae Gibson of Edwin Allen was second in 7:28.10, whereas Samantha Value of Holmwood Technical was third in 7:29.56.
The 100m for Class 4 athletes like all different flat occasions have been run as a timed finals and the second gold medal gained on the observe additionally went the best way of St Jago as Poshanna Blake took the occasion in 12.44secs forward of Marrian Crossfield of Vere Technical who was second in 12.57secs, whereas Toniann Allen of Edwin Allen was third in 12.60secs.
In Class Three, Camoy Binger adopted her teammates to snag the gold in 12.03secs as St Jago made it three gold medals from as many occasions. Shemonique Hazel of Hydel was second in 12.07 whereas Bryana Davidson, additionally of St Jago, was third in 12.12secs.
Tina Clayton then grabbed the primary gold medal for champions Edwin Allen successful the Class Two 100m in 11.39secs forward of Brianna Lyston of Hydel Excessive in 11.44secs. Tina’s twin sister Tia, was third in 11.60secs. All the prime three in Class Two ran quicker than the highest three in Class One.
Brandy Corridor gained gold for the champions when she took the Class One 100m in 11.73secs. Shenese Walker of Hydel was second in 11.78secs, whereas Shakeira Bowra of St Catherine Excessive was third in 11.78.
Abigail Campbell of Ferncourt Excessive continued her spectacular exhibiting within the 400m when she took gold in Class Three in 56.90secs. Shevaughn Thomas of Vere Technical was second in 57.46. Sasha Hemmings of Hydel was third in 57.72secs.
Oneika McAnuff of Hydel was the category of the sector in Class Two as she decimated the sector to win in 53.83secs, whereas Kacian Powell of Edwin Allen was a distant second in 56.59secs. Third went to Briana Duhaney of Holmwood Technical in 56.85secs. McAnuff registered the quickest time for the 400m for the ladies on the day.
Annalee Robinson of Vere Tech was first in Class One in 55.16secs, Shianne DaCosta of Hydel was second in 55.29secs, whereas Danielle Deer of Holmwood, who ran a foul tactical race out of lane seven, was third in 55.39secs.
Edwin Allen scored essential factors within the different middle-distance occasions on the day as they swept the 1500m.
They took first and second within the 1500m Class Three, as Rhianna Gayle was first in 4:51.75 minutes, whereas Sushana Johnson was second in 4:54.63. Ashara Frater of Vere was third in 4:57.41.
In Class Two, Rickeisha Simms was first in 4:45.81 whereas Kishay Rowe of Spalding Excessive was second in 4:49.23. Jodyann Mitchell of Holmwood was third in 4:56.32.
Rushana Dwyer signalled a return to type when she took Class One in 4:49.48. The St Jago pair of Sancia Smith (4:50.96) and Alesia Douglas (4:52.92) have been second and third, respectively.
Edwin Allen gained the 4x100m Class 4 in 47.94, Vere Tech have been second in 49.52 and St Catherine Excessive third in 49.56.
Hydel gained the 4x100m Class Three in 45.96, St Jago have been second in 46.94 and Edwin Allen third in 47.09.
Hydel have been additionally winners in Class Two in 45.15, St Jago Excessive have been second in 47.38 and St Catherine Excessive third in 47.75.
Edwin Allen they took Class One in 45.47. Hydel have been second in 45.65 and St Jago have been third in 46.04.
The 1600m dash medley went the best way of Holmwood who gained in 4:12.01 forward of St Jago Excessive (4:12.99) and Edwin Allen (4:30.88).
Within the area occasions, Roxene Simpson of Clarendon Faculty gained the Class One women’ discus with 45.81m. Cedrick Williams of Holmwood gained the Class Two equal with 49.43m, whereas Shamoyea Morris of Edwin Allen gained the Class Three model with 35.91m.
Kayla Davis-Edwards of St Jago gained the Class One shot put with 13.67m, whereas Rochele Salmon of Edwin Allen gained the Class Two with 15.23m.
Jayla Williams of St Jago Excessive gained the Class 4 excessive bounce with 1.55m. Deijanea Bruce of Edwin Allen was the one report breaker on the ladies’ aspect when she erased the previous mark of 1.68m set by Anishaka McDonald of Vere Tech with a better of 1.70m to take the Class Three occasion.
Annishka McDonald was a winner in Class Two with a better of 1.80m, whereas overwhelming Class One favorite Shantae Foreman duly obliged with 1.80m.
The Class 4 lengthy bounce went to Rihanna Chambers of St Catherine with 5.12m. Shemonique Hazel of Hydel took Class Three with 5.59m, Serena Cole gained Class Two with 5.94m, whereas Class One went to Velecia Williams of Hydel with 5.82m.
The javelin Open went to Jamora Alves of St Jago Excessive with a distance of 40.85m.
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