Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Kolij sweep again


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No Danielle Titus, no problem! Harrison College dominated the pool yet again, even without the country’s best backstroker, having swept the girls’ and boys’ titles of the Secondary Schools’ Swimming Championships for a seventh successive year on Wednesday at the Aquatic Centre.

It was as if Titus never transferred to St Michael, as Kolij were still more than 100 points better than their crosstown rivals to cop a seventh straight girls’ crown.

Yet Harrison College were made to work for their eighth boys’ cup after long-time adversaries Queen’s College presented a real challenge in the 13-14 division behind Christopher Pollard, Niel Skinner and Kai Trotman.

But CARIFTA multi-gold medallists Nkosi Dunwoody and McCallum Clarke proved to be too much as the Kolij lasses amassed 284 points to QC’s 210. (JM)

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