All Comers Meet 1
The weekend event started off with a great showing from our lady throwers. Ariyana Ebanks and Kylie Porter both taking on Shot Put and Long Jump for the field events. Ariyana came with determination in her heart as she took 1st place and once again hit a new personal best for shot. Edging her a little closer to the CARIFTA qualifying marks. In Long Jump, both the young ladies gave it there all as the improved on each jump and both accomplished new PB's on the day.
Starting to shine through on the track was our younger rising stars. Alyssa Burton came out firing as she took 2nd place both in her prelim heat and in the finals for the U11 100m. Andre Ebanks also secured a 2nd place finals finish in the 200m U13. Other honorable mentions go to Mikayla Thames, Caelon Forshaw and Rah-J Watler as these youngsters all qualified for the finals in their respected events.
Coming on strong for our Junior Athletes with a great performance on the weekend was Khensani Welcome as she took 1st in both the U17 100m and 200m finals, while putting down 2 new PB's for each event. Joevonie Reid came in making a statement as he took on the U17 200m coming in 2nd place both in his prelim heat and in the finals. Joevonie also threw down a new PB on the week in his finals run. Honorable mention to Jaheim Ebanks as he too qualified for the U17 200m finals. Rounding out the day was Camerin Porter in the U17 Long Jump where she finished 2nd and continued her way of knocking down week after week PB's. Overall an outstanding job by our young athletes on the weekend.