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THERE could not have been a better start to the 56th Nationals Schools Championships for North Georgetown who retained their swimming title with a dominating performance at the National Aquatic Centre yesterday.It was all North Georgetown as the district tallied 401 points, with second-place Upper Demerara Kwakwani (Linden) finishing 128 points behind with 273, through 54 events.Rounding out the top five were North West, South Georgetown and Essequibo Coast/Pomeroon who ended with 207, 196 and 182 points respectively.A victory seemed set up for the district in purple, who led the points race for the entire day with 84 points through events 1-10 to Linden’s 63.From there North Georgetown (District 11) maintained their dominance, having top finishes in most of the events.Top finishers on the day were Anna Isaacs, Daniel Scott, Raekwon Noel, Jamal Skeete and the George sisters Danielle and Jadyn for the North Georgetown side.The track-and-field leg of the Championships begins today at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence.
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