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Published:Saturday | June 21, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Green Island Primary School teachers, Denise Bennett (left) and Sophia Bucknor, embrace 11-year-old Allia Sinclair after she anchored her school to a win in one of the Girls' Under-12, 4x100 metre heats in the JPS Western Primary Athletics Championship, which was held at the Montego Bay Sports Complex last week Saturday. - Photo by Claudia Gardner
Eight-year-old Jada Pearson (left) and her teammate Shania Bowers of the Duncans All-Age School walk towards the grandstand after competing in a relay during the JPS Western Primary Athletics Championship, which was held at the Montego Bay Sports Complex last week Saturday. - Photo by Claudia Gardner
Howard Cooke Primary School athletes Sanjay Hutchinson (left) and Nicholas Kellier, both 11 years old, head back towards the stands after completing a blistering win in the 4x100 metre relay heats. - Photo by Claudia Gardner
From left: Nine-year-old Christopher Lewis (left) of the Corinaldi Primary School and his teammates, Jovel Madourie (centre) and Rashawn Campbell, both 10 years old, show off their biceps during the JPS Western Primary Athletics Championship. - Photo by Claudia Gardner
Coach of the Askenish All-Age School track team, Jeremiah Grant, poses with his athletes during the JPS Western Primary Athletics Championship, which was held at the Montego Bay Sports Complex last week Saturday. - Photo by Claudia Gardner
CEO of the Jamaica Public Service Company, Kelly Tomblin (back right) paused for a photo with teachers of the Green Island Primary School and the school's athletics team. At back (from left) are teachers Sophia Bucknor and Denise Bennett. At front (centre) is team coach and grade three teacher Latoya Locke and students. - Photo by Claudia Gardner
These Sam Sharpe Teachers' College teachers-in-training came out to serve as volunteers at the JPS Western Primary Athletics Championship. - Photo by Claudia Gardner
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