Wednesday, April 17, 2024

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Yesterday was Sports Day in Barbados. And that’s not an understatement.
The sport of track and field is always brought to the fore in the month of February, but yesterday took the cake, as three of the island’s leading secondary schools had their day in the sun, but were not outdone by 18 primary schools, which also held their annual championships at venues across the island.
From Half Moon Fort in St Lucy in the north, across to the Lodge School in St John in the east, down south to St Mark’s Primary in St Philip and back west to the Desmond Haynes Oval in Black Rock, St Michael where Grazettes Primary’s sports were held, this country’s student athletes were running fast and taking names.

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