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Trinidad & Tobago Secondary Schools'

Track & Field Association

McKay-Top Boy U14
Shakeem McKay (left), the Top Under 14 Male Athlete of the Year accepts his award from NAAA Director Dawn Washingotn (right). 

List of Awardees

  Under 10
Under 12
Under 14
Girl

Lessanne Hodge

(El Socorro Central Government Primary/

Memphis Pioneers)
Gold-60m/80m (National Juv Champs),
80m (Mannie

Ramjohn Juv Games),
Silver-60m/150m(Hampton Games),
U11 100m (National

Prim Champs)

Janae De Gannes

(St. Andrews Anglican Primary/Zenith)
Gold-80m/cricket ball throw (Nat Juv Champs),

U11 100m/200m/long jump (National Prim Champ)
Silver-150m (Nat Juv Champs)

Shaniqua Bascombe 

(Maraval RC/St. James Secondary/Cougars)
Gold-60mH/200m (Nat Juv Champ),
13-15 100m/200m/

400m (Nat Prim Champs), cricket ball throw/long jump/

high jump (Field Events and Hurdles Festival), 100m

(Hampton Games), 400m (Manny Ramjohn Juv Games)
Silver-100m/400m (Nat Juv Champ), 200m/400m

(Hampton Games), 100m (Manny Ramjohn Juv Games),

400m (Abilene Wildcats Track Classic)
Bronze-U16 100m (Nat Junior Champs)


Destiny Williams

(St. James Secondary/Cougars)
Gold-Shot put/discus/javelin (Nat Juv Champs) 

Boy

Isaiah Clarke

(Warrenville Presbyterian Primary/ZC Athletics)
Gold- 60m/80m (Nat Juv Champs)

Janae De Gannes

(St. Andrews Anglican Primary/Zenith)
Gold-80m/cricket ball throw (Nat Juv Champs),

U11 100m/200m/long jump (National Prim Champ)
Silver-150m (Nat Juv Champs)

Shakeem Mc Kay

(Queen's Royal College/Memphis Pioneers)
Gold-100m/200m/high jump/long jump
(Nat Sec

Sch Champs, Nat Juv Champs)


Bascombe-joint Top Girl U14
Shaniqua Bascombe was named the joint Top U14 Female Athlete of the Year at the NAAA's 2016 Annual Awards Ceremony at the Radisson Hotel, Wrightson Road, Port of Spain on Saturday, January, 7. 

(​Photo courtesy: CLAYTON CLARKE/Sportscore Tobago)

Hodges-Top Girl U10  
Lesanne Hodge (right), Top Under 10 Female Athlete of the Year, after she was presented with her award by Assistant Secretary of the NAAA Andre Leung Woo Gabriel (left). 

McKay, Bascombe, De Gannes, John, Clarke and Hodge claim NAAA Juvenile Awards.

by Clayton Clarke (sportscoretobago@gmail.com)​​; 12.1.17

De Gannes-Top Girl U12
Janae De Gannes (left), collects the Top U12 Female Athlete of the Year trophy from Assistant Secretary of the NAAA Andre Leung Woo Gabriel (right).

McKay, Williams and Clarke
Top Under 10 boy Isaiah Clarke (centre front), with Top Under 14 boy Shakeem McKay,

Avindale Smith (center back), Top Under 16 Field boy, Destiny Williams (right), Top Under 14 girl

Shakeem McKay (Queen's Royal College) and Shaniqua Bascombe (St. James Secondary) captured the Top Under 14 Athletes of the Year honours at the National Association of Athletic Administrations (NAAA) 2016 annual awards ceremony at the Radisson Hotel in Port of Spain on Saturday, January, 7. Mc Kay took the boys under 14 prize after he won the 100m, 200m, long jump and high jump crowns at the National Secondary Schools Track and Field Championships and the National Juvenile Championships. He also won the 100m title at the Hampton Games. Bascombe was joint winner of the girls under 14 award along with Destiny Williams (Mucurapo East Secondary). Bascombe was victorious in the 60m Hurdles and 200m at the National Juvenile Championships . She also sped to victories in the 13-15 100m. 200m and 400m at the National Primary Schools Champs whilst a student at Maraval Roman Catholic Primary. In addition, she won cricket ball throw/long jump/high jump treble at the Field Events and Hurdles Festival, claimed the 100m at the Hampton Games and Abilene Track Classic and the 400m at the Mannie Ramjohn Juvenile Games. She was also second in the 100m and 400m at the National Juvenile Champs, 200m/400m at the Hampton Games, 100m (Mannie Ramjohn Juvenile Games), and 400m (Abilene Track Classic). At the National Junior Championships she was third in the girls under 16 100m finals. Williams swept the shot put/discus and javelin throws at the National Juvenile Championships.


​Janae De Gannes (St. Andrews Anglican) and Keone John (Belmont Government Primary) took home the Top Under 12 Girl and Boy distinctions.  De Gannes won the 100m/200m and long jump crowns at the National Primary Schools Champs and also landed the 80m and cricket ball throw and silver in the 150m at the National Juvenile Champs. John secured the long jump, high jump and 150m events at the National Juvenile Champs. He was also second in the 100m (Abilene Track Classci) and third in the 100m and 200m (Hampton Games and high jump (National Primary Schools Champs). Lesanne Hodge (El Socorro Central Government Primary) and Isaiah Clarke (Warrenville Presbyterian Primary) were the winners of the Under 10 divisions. Hodge raced to gold in the 60m and 80m at the National Juvenile Champs and also the 80m at the Mannie Ramjohn Juvenile Games. She was second in the 60m and 150 at the Hampton Games and was also runner-up in the under 11 100m at the National Primary Schools Champs. Clarke captured gold in the 60m and 80m at the National Juvenile Champs. He is the son for 1993 Carifta girls under 17 100m and 200m champion Alicia Tyson-Clarke.

Clarke-Top Boy U10
Isaiah Clarke (left), the Top Under 10 Male Athlete of the Year (left) is presented with his award by Assistant Secretary of the NAAA Andre Leung Woo Gabriel (right).    

Photos courtesy: CLAYTON CLARKE/Sportscore Tobago

Taken at the NAAA's 2016 Annual Awards Ceremony at the Radisson Hotel, Wrightson Road, Port of Spain on Saturday, January, 7, 2017.

John-top B U12
Top Under 12 Male Athlete of the Year Keone John (left) receives his trophy from Assistant Secretary of the NAAA Andre Leung Woo Gabriel (right)