Barbados: Orange House Warriors secured victory in St Mathew’s annual sports meet in Barbados last week. The team managed to retain the position in the sports meet.
Orange Warriors amassed 593 points to beat Green House Blazers into second place with 532 and the Purple House Pumas in third place with 530 points.
The Victor Ludorum title went to Satep-En-Ra James, who won the under-11 boys’ 300 metres and placed second in the 100m and 200 metres for a total of 36 points.
Anara Alleyne-Toussaint and Anita Holder, who both collected 30 points, shared the Victrix Ludorum title. Anara won the under-13 girls’ 400m, 100m, and 200 metres, while Anita had success in the under-9 girls’ 100m, 80m, and 150 metres.
Under 13 boys title went to Daniel Licorish who earned 28 points for the Green Blazers. Under 11 girls title went to Anniyah Sandiford of Orange and she totalled 28 points to lead the under-11 girls’ division.
Raphael Bailey’s was the under-9 boys’ champion with 26 points for Orange Warriors. The under-7 boys’ title went to Jamani Barker-Bradshaw who earned ten points while his housemate from Orange House, Inika Phillips won the under-7 girls title with 16 points.
The next annual sports meet of Barbados will take place in the Secondary Department of St Winifred’s School on Thursday, February 15, 2024. The meet will start at 9:00 am and end at 10:00 am.
Firstly, the annual Form 1 information session will be held for the sports meet of Barbados Children Directory. During the session, the students will create their teams, meet their admin team, and tour the school.
They will also visit the classrooms and watch the grounds and the labs, and they will hear about the school’s student wi-fi and the link (for online platform). The sessions will also ask about the amazing results of the players in the sports meet.