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#GlnrChamps: Full boys' points standing after all events

Published:Saturday | April 1, 2017 | 4:03 PM
The 'lions' of Calabar celebrate their sixth straight win of Boy's Champs - Gladstone Taylor photo

Calabar won its  27th title and one of the most rewarding in recent times after entering the 2017 Boy and Girls Athletics Championships with little respect for the predictions which heavily favoured Kingston College.

When the 2017 staging of the meet ended inside the National Stadium, Calabar won by three points to leave Kingston College in second and Jamacia College in a distant third.


IN PHOTO: Calabar's Christopher Taylor is congratulated by a teammate after his run in the 4x400m relay

See full ranking below:

1. Calabar High – 317
2. Kingston College – 314
3. Jamaica College – 203
4. St Jago High– 157
5. STETHS – 114.5
6. Wolmer's High for Boys – 77
7. Petersfield High – 71
8. Munro College– 52
9. Rusea's High – 40
10. Edwin Allen High – 32
11. Excelsior High – 28
12. Green Island High – 18
12. Bellefield High – 18
14. Spaldings High – 16
15. Cornwall College– 13
16. Buff Bay High – 12
17. Herbert Morrison Technical – 11.50
18. St Mary High – 10
18. St James High – 10
18. Greater Portmore High – 10
21. Bridgeport High – 9
22. Manchester High – 8
23. St Catherine High – 7
24. Vere Technical High – 7
25. Ardenne High – 6
26. Glenmuir High – 5
26. Camperdown High – 5
26. Rhodes Hall High – 5
29. Muschett High – 4
29. Mona High – 4
29. Belmont Academy – 4
29. Garvey Maceo High – 4
29. Dinthill High – 4
34. Donald Quarrie High – 3
34. Holmwood Technical High – 3
34. Maggotty High – 3
34. Papine High – 2
38. Mavis Bank High - 2
38. Titchfield High – 2
38. Hydel High – 2
38. Clarendon College - 2
38. William Knibb High – 2
43. Ferncourt High – 1
43. Port Antonio High - 1
43. Medowbrook High - 1 

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