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#glnrChamps: Full girls' points standing after all events

Published:Saturday | April 1, 2017 | 4:03 PM
GraceKennedy group CEO Don Wehby presents the winners trophy to the girls champion, Edwin Allen High.

The Frankfield, Clarendon-based team Edwin Allen, as expected, won a fourth straight girls' title, outclassing a vibrant and ambitious group to confirm their spot as the nation's top female programme at the 2017 championships which closed Saturday night at the National Stadium in Kingston.

The St Catherine-based Hydel High was second and St Jago High third.


IN PHOTO: The Edwin Allen athletes take to the track to celebrate

See full ranking below:

1. Edwin Allen – 316.5
2. Hydel – 256
3. St Jago – 246
4. Holmwood - 243
5. Vere Technical – 125.5
6. Excelsior – 113
7. Wolmer’s High School for Girls - 54
8. Immaculate Conception High – 40
9. Rusea’s High – 35
9. Manchester High – 35
11. St Catherine High – 32
11. Petersfield High – 32
13. Spalding High – 31
14. Mount Alveria High – 29
15. St Elizabeth Technical High – 28
16. St Andrew High for Girls’ – 22
17. Camperdown High – 21
18. Covenant of Mercy Alpha – 17
18. The Queens School – 17
18. Bellefield High – 17
21. Herbert Morrison Technical – 15
22. Buff Bay High – 9
23. Mavis Bank High – 8
24. Albert Town High – 6
24. Campion College – 6
26. Green Island High – 5
27. St Mary High – 3
27. Manning School – 3
27. Dinthill Technical – 3
27. Lacovia High – 1
31. Spot Valley High – 1

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