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Naggo Head Primary

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Photo: PUMA sponsored Javon Francis speaking to the young athletes at the launch of the INSPORTS Primary Schools Athletic Championships last week.

 

 

 

 

PUMA sponsored athlete Javon Francis has used his status as Jamaica’s leading quarter miler to inspire the next generation of athletes who are likely to come through and represent the country in a few years.

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Photo: Naggo Head Primary celebrate retaining the INSPORTS Primary School Athletic Championships at the National Stadium on Saturday.

 

 

 

 

 

Kingston, Jamaica – Naggo Head are primary school champions for the seventh time after successfully defending their crown at the 36th INSPORTS Primary School Athletic Championships at the National Stadium today.

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Photo: Action from Day three of the INSPORTS Primary Schools Athletic Championships at the National Stadium

 

 

 

 

Kingston, Jamaica – Black River Primary are the new leaders, while three records were broken at the end of the third and penultimate day of the 36th INSPORTS Primary Schools Athletic Championships at the National Stadium today.

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Kingston, Jamaica – Former six-time champions Rousseau Primary lead the overall standing at the end of day two of the 36th INSPORTS Primary Schools Athletic Championships at the National Stadium today.

 

They sit atop the table on 18 points, with Friendship (16), Harbour View (12) and defending champions Naggo Head (11) as the top teams after three finals.

 

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(l-r) Ricky Martin, sales and marketing executive, Hi-Lyte; Andrea Hanson, sport officer, Institute of Sports and Ian Andrews, administrative director, Institute of Sports and Andrea Givans, teacher, Naggo Head Primary, share a light moment following the media launch of the 36th INSPORTS Primary Schools Athletic Championships at the National Indoor Sport Centre on Friday, May 6, 2016.