FATIMA COLLEGE IS CHAMPION CROSS COUNTRY ALL MALE SECONDARY SCHOOL TEAM

The 2012-2013 athletics season began with a bang as FATIMA COLLEGE emerged the Champion All Male School at the Secondary Schools Association Cross Country Championships held on Sunday, 4th November, 2012. Our twenty-one man team of young men impressed as they completed the grueling 5- kilometre long course at the Queen’s Park Savannah. Led by champion under-17 cross country runner, Jonathan Pantin (of St. Luke’s house), the boys in blue and gold amassed 178 points to finish well ahead of all the other boys’ schools in Trinidad and Tobago. In addition, these young men placed third overall in the male category (males attending co-ed schools are included here) finishing just behind our neighbours Polytechnic (2nd place) and Toco (1st place). It was truly pleasing to see the age mix of students that represented us. Six boys came from form I; one from form II; two from third form; three from form IV; one from fifth form; and there were eight sixth formers. Here’s the full list of our cross country championship team and final placings (a total of 188 athletes competed):

FATIMA COLLEGE TEAM at

SECONDARY SCHOOLS CROSS COUNTRY MEET

HELD SUNDAY 4TH NOVEMBER, 2012

AT QUEEN’S PARK SAVANNAH, PORT OF SPAIN

Surname First Name Form Place Time
Assing Raheem F1

102

28’17

Bowen Abraham F5

83

26’01

Brown Brandon F6

37

21’48

Campbell Andrii F2

55

23’04

Creese Jonathan F1

101

28’14

Garcia Joshua F3

49

22’26

Gomez Orlando F1

142

35’33

Gooding Joshua F3

61

23’43

Mahadeo Levi F6

77

25’32

Mauricio Joseph F1

114

30’46

McDonald Keegan F1

119

31’05

Mullings Breon F6

69

24’38

Mulugata Xavier F4

59

23’28

Ollivierrie Akil F6

64

23’56

Pantin Jonathan F4

8

18’46

Paul Moses F6

84

26’11

Pierre Yvan F6

97

27’38

Pounder Luke F4

31

21’21

Prevatt Alexander F6

111

29’49

Singh Matthaeus F1

161

42’16

Thomas Dwight F6

48

22’25

All of them gave of their best. We congratulate them and, at the same time, express our gratitude for their fine efforts.   Previous Athletic Events: