Friday, April 12, 2024

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Christ Church Foundation created their own carnival on Tuesday when netball supremacy remained in deserving hands after the final of the Barbados Secondary Schools Under-19 League Competition.

With buckets and bottles in hand, excited students designed their own drums to usher in the 42-26 victory against the St Michael School at the Netball Stadium.

That victory was appreciated by coach Sandrene Jordan, who lost her mother on Sunday.

“Last year this time, my mom was sick and now she passed, so this really helped to lift me up and take me out of that funeral mode. I don’t know how long this feeling would last but I hope it lasts a very long time. I really needed this and I am happy that we could come back and win, and win big,” an emotional Jordan said amid celebrations. (RG)

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