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Joseph completes Juvenile sprint doubleNewsday :: 18.06.2018
ENOCH Joseph completed his sprint double at the NGC NAAA National Juvenile Championships, yesterday, claiming gold for the Abilene Wildcats in the Boys U-13 200m final.
At the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, Joseph dominated the track and eased to gold in 24.60 seconds.
He was well ahead of his Abilene teammate, Jabari Branche, who finished second in 25.15 seconds. Jumario Russell of Memphis Pioneers was third in 25.20 seconds.
On Saturday, Joseph won his first gold in the U-13 100m dash, clocking 12.39 seconds.
He then ended his account in the boys' 1000m medley – a relay of varying distances, (100m, 200m, 300m and 400m) – taking silver, along with his Abilene teammates, Jabari Branche, Giovanni Bobb-Semple and Jaheim Hunte.
Janika Jordan of Cougars Track & Field added to her medal haul when she won the Girls U-13 200m dash, clocking 25.47 seconds, just ahead of her rival Janae De Gannes of Zenith, who clocked 25.86.
In third was Sierra Joseph of Simplex (26.10).
On the opening day, Jordan won gold in the 400m and shot put events.
Then, in the penultimate event on the final day, Jordan teamed up with her Cougars teammates to win the Girls U-13 1000m medley in 2:33.91, almost 10 seconds ahead of runners-up, Simplex Athletic Club.
The championship closed with the Boys U-13 medley which was captured by Cougars, with top performances from Tristin Goodridge, Khaliff Danglade, Kaiyin Morris and Dylan Woodruffe who together clocked, 2:24.32.
As with the Junior Championships a week prior, Cougars were the best represented and top performers, amassing the most points at the end of the competition.
1st- Enoch Joseph (Abilene), 24.60
2nd- Jabari Branche (Abilene), 25.15
3rd- Jumario Russell (Memphis), 25.20
1st- Ben-Israel Bannister (Mason Hall), 2:28.53
2nd- Andre Joseph (Unattached), 2:31.68
3rd- EJ Andrews (FAS), 2:31.72
1st- Jeremiah Francis (DPAC), 52.63
2nd- J'ai Duncan (Kaizen Panthers), 54.44
Shot put (3kg)
1st- Caleb James (Memphis), 7.64m
2nd- Kaiyin Morris (Cougars), 7.21m
3rd- Antonio Smith (Abilene), 6.69m
Discus throw (1kg)
1st- Kaiyin Morris (Cougars), 15.60m
2nd- Isaiah Sutherland (Toco Tafac), 12.60m
3rd- Hakim Salandy (Cougars), 12.10m
1st- Nathaniel Charles (Jaguars), 19.94
2nd- Makaelan Woods (Cougars), 20.08
3rd- Jaleel Eugene (Memphis), 20.11
1st- Tyrique Vincent (ZC), 1.40m
2nd- Clinton Lewis (Cougars), 1.26m
3rd- Jerimiah Nanton (DPAC), 1.15m
1st- Zayne Martin (Memphis Pioneers), 12.18
2nd- Sean Hart (Cougars), 12.23
3rd- Amarley Henry (Jaguars), 12.24
1st- Oshea Watson (Zenith), 38.40m
2nd- Amarley Henry (Jaguars), 35.01m
3rd- Tannon Niemeyer (Memphis), 31.33m
1st- Janika Jordan (Cougars), 25.47
2nd- Janae De Gannes (Zenith), 25.86
3rd- Sierra Joseph (Simplex), 26.10
1st- Kayleigh Forde (Cougars), 2:31.69
2nd- Kernesha Shelborne (Oasics), 2:41.59
3rd- Judah Hall (Burnley), 2:41.21
1st- Shakira Joseph (Cougars), 58.05
2nd- Maleah Francis (Toco Tafac), 1:05.66
1st- Jhenise Garcia (Air Bon Sonics), 21.24
2nd- Jenique McLaren (Toco Tafac), 21.41
3rd- Maya Ramkellawan (Simplex), 21.45
1st- Maya Ramkellawan (Simplex), 39.15m
2nd- Q'Jea Stewart (Jaguars), 29.20m
3rd- Patrice Austin (Mason Hall), 28.10m
1st- Tenique Vincent (ZC), 1.23m
2nd- O'Teilia Joefield (Mason Hall), 1.17m
3rd- Shania Thomas (Cougars), 1.17m
1st- J'Nae Bertete (Cougars), 12.40
2nd- Annya Jordan (Mason Hall), 13.04
3rd- Jadelle Joseph (Burnley), 13.27
1st- Destiny Silverthorn (Toco Tafac), 3.00m
2nd- Aliyah Debesette (La Brea), 2.92m
3rd- Kyann Nicholson (Air Bon Sonics), 2.76m
A Cougars athlete, left, sprints to gold in the Under-11 4x100m mixed relay event at the NGC NAAA National Juvenile Championships at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, Saturday.