Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Down to the wire


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Cawmere sports had its fair share of high-profiled duels yesterday.
No one just expected the Asher Payne-Daquan Boyce rivalry to outshine them.
For all the hype over the much talked about CARIFTA imports, it was two home-grown talents that brought the real excitement to the Waterford grounds as the Payne-Boyce showdown consistently went down to the wire.
And the division 3 boys’ 200 metres was no different, with Payne (right) barely edging his rival at the line after the two split the 100 and 400 titles.

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