Yarmuk chalked up 1670 points to emerge champions of the ISA Islamic School inter house athletics championship which was contested recently at the Everest Cricket Club ground.
Uhud House took the runner up spot with 1658 points, while Badr House placed third on 1472 and Qadisiyyah House finished fourth on 1341 points.
The shot put boys U15 was taken by Umar Abrahim of Yarmuk, while Sameera Hussain of Uhud won the shot put girls U15 ahead of Saalihah Mohamed of Badr and Salmah Ghanie of Qadisiyyah in that order.
Arfaan Azeez of Qadisiyah won the shot put boys open, while Mustahpa Kadir of Uhud placed second and Irfan Hack of Uhud finished third.
The shot put girls open was taken by Alimah Eastman of Yarmuk, Mariam Khan of Qadis placed second and Nickelia Gill finished third.
Saif Shivrattan of Qadisiyyah won the discus boys U15, while Junaid Barlow of Badr took the runner up spot and Hassan Musab of Uhud placed third.
Mustapha Kadir of Uhud won the boys open discuss, Irfan Hack of Uhud placed second and Arfaan Azeez of Qadisiyyah was third.
The girls U15 discus was won by Hanifa Ali of Badr ahead of Hussain Sameera of Uhud and Kahlia Farrington of Qadisiyyah respectively. Alimah Eastman of Yarmuk took the top podium spot in the girls open discus, while Mariam Hassan of Badr placed second and Moonisah A. Kadir of Uhud was third. See tomorrow’s edition for results of the track events.
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