IT-DAT stops CLSS in its tracks, takes Relay Classic
February 4, 2014

IT-DAT stops CLSS in its tracks, takes Relay Classic

There was no stopping the charge of IT-DAT, as their athletes trumped the National Relay Classic last Saturday at the Arnos Vale Playing Field.{{more}}

In the process, IT-DAT stopped the Central Leeward Secondary School from making it two in a row.

IT-DAT pumped up 444 points ahead of Central Leeward’s 354.

Coached by Michael “Lord Have Mercy” Ollivierre, IT-DAT trumped both the male and female category, as the male totalled 250 and females 194 points.

Central Leeward Secondary led by Team Athletics SVG’s technical director – Chester Morgan had to play double second in the two categories, with the males aggregating 168 and the females 186.

The Bethel High School compiled 186 points overall, to claim the third spot. The males contributed 66 points and the females 120.

Taking the fourth place was the C W Prescod Primary School with 162 points, with the males accounting for 128 and females 34.

Completing the top five places was the Negative 2 Positive (N2P), which accumulated 156 points. N2P is also coached by Chester Morgan.

Other participating teams in finishing order were former winners of the event- the Kingstown Preparatory School School, Thomas Saunders Secondary School, Club Xcel, Dr J P Eustace Memorial, the St Martin’s Secondary School as well as the X-Ceed Sports Club.

Completing the list of teams which contested what is one of Team Athletics SVG’s most anticipated events, were the Petersville Primary School, the St Vincent Grammar School, Layou Government School, St Vincent’s Girls’ High School, Emmanuel High School Mespo, the Intermediate High School and the Buccament Bay Secondary School.

Athletes will return to the Arnos Vale Playing Field this Saturday, February 8 for event number four on Team Athletics SVG’s calendar – the second development meet, which is popularly called mini meet. (RT)