Community College wins Inter-Collegiate Games
April 1, 2005
Community College wins Inter-Collegiate Games

Community College appears to be unconquerable when it comes to Inter-Collegiate Games. Propelled by performances from Victor Ludorum Orando Brewster, and Victrix Ludorum Kathleen James, Community College swept aside all competitors to take the Inter-Collegiate Games at the Arnos Vale Playing Field last Wednesday. {{more}}

They piled up 176 points coming out tops in both Male and Female Divisions.

Brewster, from the Central Leeward Town of Layou, obtained Gold medals in Shot Putt, Long Jump and 200 Metres.

An 18 year old, Brewster has shown all-round athletic potential. He was adjudged most outstanding defender at the recently concluded Inter-Collegiate Football championship.

“I just come out and aimed for the best,” Brewster said.

He paid tribute to his Mom Icilyn Brewster whom he regards as his greatest motivator.

Business student Kathleen James supported Brewster.

She expressed satisfaction with the accomplishment of the Victrix Ludorum title, her first such major award. She is from the North Central Windward village of South Rivers. A former Georgetown Secondary and South Rivers Methodist School student, she made her mark on the tracks at the Inter-Secondary School Games, and Windwards Games. She is also an emerging Basketballer.

James amassed 24 points while winning the 400 and 800 metres, and placing second in the 100 metres and Long Jump.

Courts Technical College placed second in the overall points standing with 129 points while the Police Training School copped the third position.

The other institution in the bid for championship was the SVG School of Nursing.