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12 for NACAC Champs

Published:Wednesday | February 24, 2010 | 12:00 AM

Kemoy Campbell, Natoya Goule, Tanice Barnett and Damion Bent head Jamaica's 12-member team, which will participate at the North America, Central America and the Caribbean (NACAC) Cross Country Championships in Trinidad and Tobago next month.

Campbell, the king of Jamaica's road racing, heads the junior boys' team, which also includes Kevin White, André Hosey and Rogeek Rochester.

Goule of Manchester High is the distance queen in the junior female section. Holmwood's Amoya Bailey, along with Jhevere Hall and Shevel McDonald, both of St Jago, complete the team.

In the senior men's section, Kevin Campbell and winner of the trial, Damion Bent, are the only two athletes entered, while Tanice Barnett and Twishana Williams are the female representatives.

Mike Ollivierre and Seymour Newman are the coaches, while Franklyn Williams is the team leader and Clofyeld Thomas is travelling as the female official.

The team leaves on March 4 for the championships, in Fort Irvine, Tobago, on March 6.