Edwin Allen and Calabar were declared champions of the ISSA Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Championship at the National Stadium on Saturday night with exceptional performances.
Edwin Allen were quite comfortable in winning their second straight title and third in four years but the race for the Mortimer Geddes Trophy went into the night, with the Calabar Lions just about coming out on top over their storied rivals from North Street, Kingston College.
O’Hara got the better of Youth Olympics champion Jaheel Hyde (Wolmer’s) in their much anticipated clash in the 110m hurdles final, extending his record of never losing to the Wolmer’s man.
Calabar ended their championships in style, setting a new record in the Class One 4x100m with an amazing 39.08 record as Jamaica College, 39.79 and St George’s, 40.43 battled for the other top spots.
FINAL POINTS STANDINGS: (Girls)
Edwin Allen 321
St Jago 219.33
FINAL POINTS STANDINGS: (Boys)
St Jago 183