The third Digicel Grand Prix reached its climax with Edwin Allen girls making it three straight and St. Jago boys retaining their title.
All these happened at last Saturday’s (11 March) GC Foster Classic held inside the National Stadium in Kingston.
Central Champs winners Edwin Allen finished with 76 points, 22 more than second place Excelsior, 54, the Corporate champions.
Three other Central schools, Holmwood, 52 points, Hydel, 40, and St. Jago, 40, rounded off the top five teams.
Western champions Rusea’s finished 6th with 31 points while Eastern winners St. Mary, 19, ended 9th on the table.
On the boys’ side, Central champions St. Jago topped the standing with 84 points, just 1.5-points, ahead of Calabar, 82.5.
Corporate winners Kingston College (KC), 60 points, Petersfield High, 45, and St. Elizabeth Technical (STETHS), 33 completed the top five.
The winning schools won $1 million worth of gym equipment or development of their school’s training facilities.
The second place teams (Calabar for the boys and Excelsior for the girls) received $500,000 each, while the third place teams (Kingston College for the boys and Holmwood for the girls) walked away with $250,000 each.