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The Sports Division has selected the following students to take part in a Netball Training Camp to be held during the Christmas vacation.
The students are:
- Kyla Winston – DGS
- Rachel Seraphin – DGS
- Vanelcia John – DGS
- Chrystal Bannis – DGS
- Jeanne Seraphin – DGS
- Precious Peter – CHS
- Kishma Harve – CHS
- Brine’ Hamilton – CHS
- Schellie Stephen – CHS
- Engelique Sorhaindo – CHS
- Tonillia Elie – CHS
- Darnisha Langlais – PSS
- Celena Langlais – PSS
- Rhea Pierre – PSS
- Alliyah Prince – PSS
- Anoushka Boatswain – PSS
- Kaylee Clarke – PSS
- Kristel Ferrol – SJA
- Lhana Honore – SJA
- Verd Fontaine – PCSS
- Kayla Telemacque – NECS
- Jezrie Fredrick – NECS
- Leneter Cadette – NECS
Training will take place on December 13th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 29th, 30th 2014 and on January 10th 2015 at the Dominica Grammar School from 9:30 am daily.
Below is version 5 of the fixtures for the Secondary Schools Football Championships. This revised fixture only indicates the revision made in terms of the 13 & Under Category since the U-15, U-17 and U-20 championships are already completed.
On this note, the Sports Division would like to extend congratulations to the winners of the completed championships:
- U-15 Championship – Dominica Grammar School
- U-17 Championship – Dominica Grammar School
- U-20 Championship – Goodwill Secondary School
The Points tables can also be found below.
On Tuesday, December 02, 2014, the Under 15 Final will be played between the Dominica Grammar School (DGS) and St. Mary’s Academy (SMA) at the Benjamin’s Park in Portsmouth from 3:00 pm.
The DGS, the defending U-15 Champions, booked their place in the final with a 1-0 win over ITSS; whilst the SMA defeated the GSS in a semi-final match that was decided on penalty kicks after a 2 – 2 draw at regulation time. The two schools also featured in last year’s U-15 final.
Meanwhile, the U-20 championship will be determined on Wednesday, December 03, 2014; this match will also be played at the Benjamin’s Park at 3:00 pm. The U-20 Final will be between the GSS and ITSS – both schools competed in the U-20 final last year.
The U-20 championship was played on a round robin basis with the top team getting an automatic qualification to the Final while the 2nd finalist was determined in a play-off between the 2nd and 3rd placed teams.
ITSS placed first in the round robin stage while GSS won over PCSS in the play-off match to determine the 2nd finalist – GSS won that match-up 5 goals to 1.
Last week, DGS won the U-17 category with a 2 – 0 win over SMA.
The 13 & Under Division will commence on December 5th. This will be the 4th category of the 2014/15 Secondary Schools Football Championships. In excess of 200 goals have been scored thus far in the 2014/15 Championships.
DGS booked a spot in the final when they won their semi final match against GSS – 1:Nil. SMA won over PSS – 9:0 in their semi final match up.
Today will also see action in the play off match to determine the second finalist in the U-20 division. Defending Champion GSS will come up against the PCSS in a match at 2:30 pm at the Newtown Savannah to determine which team will meet the ITSS in the U-20 final which is scheduled to take place on the December 3rd at Benjamin’s Park in Portsmouth.
The ITSS booked a spot to the final by placing 1st in the Round Robin stage of the competition. The playoffs is between the 2nd and 3rd placed teams at the Round Robin stage. GSS placed 2nd whilst the PCSS placed 3rd.
The North East was again triumphant – winning both the male and female categories with an overall score of 169 points. Second was the North with 106 points; Third was the South East with 76; Fourth was the South West with 62 points; Fifth was the South with 59 points; The North West came in 6th with 58 points whilst the West Central had to settle in the cellar position with 43 points.
The Most Outstanding Female Athlete was Jarnilllia Phillip from the Wesley Primary School and the Most Outstanding Male Athlete was Quan Lawrence of the Jones Beaupierre Primary School. Other top performers were Asrie Valmond from Sinkeu Primary, Lanesha John Pierre from Tete Morne Primary and Yakima Tavernier and Etheline Telemaque from the Wesley Primary.
Quan Lawrence broke the record in Long Jump for Junior Boys when he jumped 4.06 m; the previous record was 4.02m.
Briton Royer from the Belle Vue Chopin Primary School equaled the 1000 m record for Junior Boys when he ran this race in 3:29. 8.