TOP MALE & FEMALE STUDENT-ATHLETES FOR 2012 NAMEDTuesday 11th December 2012
At the 3rd Annual Student/Athletes Awards Ceremony, held Thursday evening at Bible Believers Sanctuary in Clare Hall, nominees in 10 sporting disciplines received their awards before the announcement of the Top Male and Female Student/Athletes.
The Acting Minister of Education, Sports, Youth and Gender Affairs, Senator Winston Williams, congratulated the young scholar athletes and charged them to ‘go the distance’ not only in their athletic but academic careers.
Chief Judge D Giselle Isaac commended the nominees and applauded the policy to blend sports and academics in the youth development process.
At the end of the evening, the top student athletes for 2012 were announced as Cehjae Greene, a track and field athlete from Princess Margaret School and D’Jeri Raymond, a tennis athlete from St. Anthony’s Secondary School.
The awards ceremony is an annual event which invites nominations from both the National Sports Associations and School Sports Programme for consideration by a panel of judges.
In addition to the chief judge, the 2012 panel of judges was comprised of Reverend Simon Reid and Hugh Gore.
See the complete list of 2012 Student-Athletes nominees below.
Vianni Joseph (F) - Princess Margaret School/Antigua State College
Cejhae Greene (M) - Princess Margaret School/Antigua State College
Jess St. John (F) - Princess Margaret School
Chaz Samuel (M) - Island Academy/College, Tyler, Texas, USA
3. BOXING: Alston “Ratia” Ryan (M) - Ottos Comprehensive School
4. BILLIARDS: Imtiaz Tallim (M) - Antigua Grammar School
5. CRICKET: Tyrone Williams Jr. (M) - Jennings Secondary
6. GOLF: Keanu Matthew (M) - Antigua Grammar School/Antigua State College
7. SAILING: Rocco Falcone (M) - Island Academy
Aliah Maginley (F) - St. Anthony's Secondary
Noah Mascall Gomes (M) - St. Anthony's Secondary
D’ Jori Raymond (F) - St. Anthony's Secondary
Herbert Jody Maginley (M) - Antigua Grammar School/ Laurel Springs, Florida, USA
Natasha Best (F) - Antigua Girls' High School
Jamorie James (M) - Antigua State College
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