By Vijay, TrackAlerts.com writer
Kingston College (KC) are the best placed, in terms of points, after three days of Champs 2014. The entire top teams, Jamaica College (JC), KC and Calabar are behind in terms of predicted points.
The prediction is based on the Champs 2014 book, though many teams pay little attention to the organizer’s magazine.
JC, after seven finals, are leading with 52 points, but according to the book, they are in -11, which mean they should be on 63 points.
KC are in second place with 38.5 points, only 4.5 points off than predicted to be at this stage. This made them the best placed in terms of the prediction of the book.
Calabar, the predicted winner by over 70 points, are well behind with 27 points. They, according to the book, are 30 points behind in the race.
St. Jago, predicted to finish in the top four, are 5 points behind the 17 they should have at this stage.
The full points standing after 7 finals, JC 52, KC 38.8, Calabar 27, Cornwall 19, St. George’s 16, Edwin Allen 15, Petersfield 14, Excelsior 13, St. Jago 12, Wolmer’s 10.5, Holmwood 9, Buff Bay 7.5, Munro 7, Bellefield 6, Mannings 6, STETHS 6, Cedric Titus 5, Godfrey Stewart 3, Oberlin 3, Bog Walk 3, Herbert Morrison 2.
Meanwhile, on the girls’ side, Edwin Allen are way behind while Hydel are far ahead in terms of points’ prediction. Edwin Allen are on 48 points and should be 62 while Hydel are atop the standing with 57, twenty-six points more than predicted, according to the Champs book.
Holmwood are on 19 and should be on 22 while St. Jago 17 points, two more than expected by the experts.
Full girls standing after six finals, Hydel 57, Edwin Allen 48, Holmwood 19, St. Jago 14, Manchester 14, Wolmer’s 12, St. Andrew High 11, Vere 8, Rusea’s and The Queens 7 each, Glengoffe 5, Spaldings 4, STETHS, Excelsior and STATHS 3 each, Buff Bay and Alpha 1.5 and Holy Childhood 1