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Walala Central and St. Peter’s overall champions at John Tarbet Athletics

Overall Girls champions, Rathnayake Central, Walala who obtained 240 points

A. Rathnayake Central, Walala and St. Peter’s College, Colombo won the overall titles in the girls and boys segments respectively at this year’s 88th John Tarbet Senior Athletics Championship, which came to an end on Saturday, 21 September at the Sugathadasa Stadium, Colombo.

Following are the overall results:

  • Under 16 Girls Runner-up
  • Bishop’s College, Colombo – 33 Points

 

  • Under 16 Girls Championship
  • A Rathnayake MMV, Walala – 38 Points

 

  • Under 16 Boys Runner-up
  • Royal College Colombo – 42 Points

 

  • Under 16 Boys Championship
  • Peter’s College, Colombo – 92 Points

 

  • Under 18 Girls Runner-up
  • Gatway International School, Rjagiriya – 49 Points

 

  • Under 18 Girls Championship
  • Rathnayake MMV, Walala – 67 Points

 

  • Under 18 Boys Runner-up
  • Peter’s College, Colombo – 49 Points

 

  • Under 18 Boys Championship
  • Royal College, Colombo – 54 Points

 

  • Under 20 Girls Runner-up
  • Lyceum International School, Wattala – 48 Points

 

  • Under 20 Girls Championship
  • Rathnayake MMV, Walala – 135 Points

 

  • Under 20 Boys Runner-up
  • Benedict’s College, Colombo – 56 Points

 

  • Under 20 Boys Championship
  • Peter’s College, Colombo – 65 Points

 

The title winners in girls

  • Field Event Runner-up – Girls
  • Newstead Girls College, Negambo – 36 Points
  • Ave Maria Convent, Negambo – 36 Points

 

  • Field Event Championship – Girls
  • Sumana Valika Vidyalaya, Ratnapura – 47 Points

 

  • Field Event Runner-up Boys
  • Royal College, Colombo – 57 Points

 

  • Field Event Championship Boys
  • Peter’s College, Colombo – 66 Points

 

  • Track Event Runner-up – Girls
  • Gateway International School – 68 Points

 

  • Track Event Championship – Girls
  • Rathnayake MMV, Walala – 230 Points

 

  • Track Event Runner-up – Boys
  • Maris Stella College, Negombo – 85 Points

 

  • Track Event Championship – Boys
  • Peters College, Colombo – 140 Points

 

The main title winners in the boys’ segment

Relay Runner-up -Girls

  • Lyceum International School, Wattala – 12 Points

 

  • Relay Championship-Girls
  • Rathnayake MMV, Walala – 42 Points

 

  • Relay Runner-up -Boys
  • Benedict’s College, Colombo – 32 Points

 

  • Relay Championship-Boys
  • Peter’s College, Colombo – 47 Points

 

  • Best Long Jumper
  • IAAF Points 963 U20; Pramod Madushan, Maris Stella College, Negombo – 7.19M
  • IAAF Points 963 U16; Hirusha Hashen, St. Peter’s College, Colombo – 7.19M

 

  • Best High Jumper
  • IAAF Points 1002 U18; S.T. Amarasinghe,  Royal College, Colombo – 2.10M

 

  • Best 400 M Runner
  • IAAF Points 966 U18; D.M. Bogoda, Sir John Kothalawala MV, Kurunegala – 48.23Sec

 

  • Best Athlete – Girls – Of the Year 2018
  • IAAF Points 1045 U18; Parami Wasanthi, Kuliyapitiya CC  – 6:37.9 Min (2000M St Ch)

 

  • Best Athlete – Boys- Of the Year 2018
  • IAAF Points 1002 U18; S.T. Amarasinghe, Royal College, Colombo – 2.10M

 

Overall Boys champs, St. Peter’s College who got 206 points

  • Outstation Overall Runner Up – Girls
  • Lyceum International School, Wattala– 63 Points

 

  • Outstation Overall Championship – Girls
  • Sumana Balika Vidyalaya, Ratnapura – 81 Points

 

  • Outstation Overall Runner Up – Boys
  • Rathnayake MMV, Walala – 69 Points

 

  • Outstation Overall Championship – Boys
  • Maris Stella College, Negambo – 115 Points

 

  • Overall Third Place – Girls
  • Sumana Balika Vidyalaya, Ratnapura – 81 Points

 

  • Overall Runner Up – Girls
  • Gateway International School – 95 Points

 

  • Overall Championship – Girls
  • Rathnayake MMV, Walala – 240 Points

 

  • Overall Third Place – Boys
  • Royal College, Colombo – 107 Points

 

  • Overall Runner Up – Boys
  • Maris Stella College, Negombo– 115 Points

 

  • Overall Championship – Boys
  • Peter’s College, Colombo – 206 Points