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Antigua and Barbuda: Two-student athletes pay courtesy call on PM Gaston Browne

Two student-athletes from the Princess Margaret Secondary School, along with their Principal and Deputy Principal paid a courtesy call on the Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda Gaston Browne during the Cabinet session. 

Antigua and Barbuda: Two student-athletes from the Princess Margaret Secondary School, along with their Principal and Deputy Principal paid a courtesy call on the Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda Gaston Browne during the Cabinet session. 

The student-athletes were extremely successful in pushing the PMS above other secondary schools during the recently-held Inter-schools Sporting

where PMS dominated both the male and female track and field heats.

The Prime Minister, as he has done several times before, expressed his wishes for even greater success in the future and encouraged the athletes to continue to perform outstandingly in their academics as well. 

The Prime Minister, as an alumnus of PMS, was presented with a t-shirt emblazoned with the tagline, “Home of the Champions.” One of the two student-athletes was also a medalist at the CARIFITA games held earlier last month. 

The Minister of Education and Sports was also presented with the championship shirt. Angelica O’Donoghue, the Communications Officer in the Prime Minister’s Office, also an alumnus of the PMS, was presented with one of the highly-prized shirts. The students and the accompanying principal and deputy principal expressed their absolute joy at her elevation.

CARFITA Games 2022 has been held in Jamaica, where a number of Caribbean countries has participated and bagged numerous titles. May countries such as Jamaica have performed incredibly well and secured most of the medals, and stood at the number one on the medal standings during the entire series of the games. 

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