Double World Indoor bronze medallist Deon Lendore and Olympic semifinalist Janeil Bellille were named Abilene Wildcats Athletic Club Top Athletes for 2016 at its Annual Awards Ceremony held at the Arima West Government Primary School, Arima Old Road, Arima on Saturday, December 10.

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Age Group and special awardees at the annual Abilene Wildcats Athletic Club Awards ceremony pose with their trophies. The Awards ceremony took place at the Arima West Government Primary School Arima Old Road, Arima on Saturday, December 10. (Photo courtesy: CLAYTON CLARKE/Sportscore Tobago)
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Giovanni Bobb-Semple (right), the top under 10 boy at the annual Abilene Wildcats Athletic Club Awards ceremony at the Arima West Government Primary School Arima Old Road, Arima on Saturday, December 10. Bobb-Semple is presented with his trophy by Lennox Bailey. (Photo courtesy: CLAYTON CLARKE/Sportscore Tobago)
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Avindale Smith (right) was voted the top under 16 boy at the annual Abilene Wildcats Athletic Club Awards ceremony at the Arima West Government Primary School Arima Old Road, Arima on Saturday, December 10. Smith was also one of the club’s most discipline athlete. He collects his Top under 16 award from Dr. Keston Adolphe (left).
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T&T’s World U20 men’s 4x400m finalists Jacob St. Clair (left) and Judah Taylor (right) with NAAA Ephraim Serrette (centre) at the annual Abilene Wildcats Athletic Club Awards ceremony at the Arima West Government Primary School Arima Old Road, Arima on Saturday, December 10. (Photo courtesy: CLAYTON CLARKE/Sportscore Tobago)
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Carifta boys under 18 4x400m bronze medallist Che Lara (right) collects a token from Charles Bobb-Semple (left) at the annual Abilene Wildcats Athletic Club Awards ceremony at the Arima West Government Primary School Arima Old Road, Arima on Saturday, December 10. (Photo courtesy: CLAYTON CLARKE/Sportscore Tobago)
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April Francis (left) collects the Top Female Senior Athlete award from club president Shedley Branche at the annual Abilene Wildcats Athletic Club Awards ceremony at the Arima West Government Primary School Arima Old Road, Arima on Saturday, December 10. (Photo courtesy: CLAYTON CLARKE/Sportscore Tobago)
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Khadija Pickering (right) was named of the most disciplined athletes at the annual Abilene Wildcats Athletic Club Awards ceremony at the Arima West Government Primary School Arima Old Road, Arima on Saturday, December 10. Pickering collects her prize from Earnest Benskin (left). She was voted the top Under 12 girl athlete. (Photo courtesy: CLAYTON CLARKE/Sportscore Tobago)
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Carifta boys under 18 100m bronze medallist Adel Colthrust (right) accepts the Most Outstanding Performance prize from NAAA president Ephraim Serrette (left) at the annual Abilene Wildcats Athletic Club Awards ceremony at the Arima West Government Primary School Arima Old Road, Arima on Saturday, December 10. (Photo courtesy: CLAYTON CLARKE/Sportscore Tobago)
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Chrispina Edmund (left) collects the Male Athlete of the Year trophy for her son Deon Lendore while Kalifa Joseph accepts the Female Athlete of the Year award for Janeil Bellille at the annual Abilene Wildcats Athletic Club Awards ceremony at the Arima West Government Primary School Arima Old Road, Arima on Saturday, December 10. (Photo courtesy: CLAYTON CLARKE/Sportscore Tobago)
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Asiel Gonzales (right) was named the Top Under 14 Boy at the annual Abilene Wildcats Athletic Club Awards ceremony at the Arima West Government Primary School Arima Old Road, Arima on Saturday, December 10. Gonzalez was named one of the club’s most discipline athlete. He receives his Most Discipline prize from club coach Roger Moore (left). Photo courtesy: CLAYTON CLARKE/Sportscore Tobago)

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