Friday, April 19, 2024

Shane socks it to them.

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This was not a joke!
But few spectators could hold back their laughter when Set A’s (Yellow’s) Shane Foster went to the line to run the anchor leg of the Under-17 boys’ 4×100 metres relay at the Coleridge & Parry Inter-House Track and Field Championships.
In a collar and tie, vest and games pants hitched up under his armpits by suspenders, he was a sight to behold on the track at the National Stadium.
But Foster had the last laugh, cruising to an easy victory, even having time to play to the crowd. 
Earlier in the day, he also won the 100 metres, but it was Set B (Red) which celebrated for the fourth successive time.
For the full report, please see today’s MIDWEEK NATION Page 45A.

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