Jamaica | Feb 24, 2023

Mayberry boasts successful partnership with the SW Isaac-Henry track and field invitation

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Athletes at the SW Isaac-Henry Track and Field Invitational display sheer determination on February 18 at the National Stadium. (Photo: Contributed)

The highly anticipated SW Isaac-Henry Track and Field Invitation returned to the National Stadium last Saturday (February 18) in partnership with Mayberry Investments Limited. The event was filled with competition among some of the best student-athletes from schools across the island.

The day consisted of 79 entertaining events and showcased the next generation of top track stars from schools such as Edwin Allen, Hydel, Calabar, Holmwood Technical High, Kingston College, and Jamaica College.

From left: Moya Mitchell, Mickayla Gardener, and Rickiann Russell proudly boast their medals and special tokens presented by Derrick Harrison (right), executive investment advisor at Mayberry Investments Limited, on February 18 at the National Stadium after their stellar performance at the SW Isaac-Henry Track and Field Invitational. (Photo: Contributed)

The invitational began with the Girls 10-18 400M Hurdles HS Open, which saw Nicole Foster take home the trophy with a record-breaking time of 58.36 seconds. In the Boys 14-15 200M dash, Junior Grant of Bridgeport High School took home the win with a time of 21.98 seconds. Chadwick Stewart of Calabar High came in second, and DeAndre Burley of Bridgeport High ended in third place.

In the field events, Lushane Wilson secured gold for St Jago High in the Boys 16-18 High Jump, while Gabriel Allen and Ricardo Clarke of Calabar High secured the silver and bronze medals, respectively.

Mayberry Investments Limited said it remains committed to fostering the growth of young athletes to propel them to be the best athletes they can be and urged more companies to come on board for the next staging of the event.

Derrick Harrison, a senior investment advisor at Mayberry Investments Limited, said: “At Mayberry, we foster a culture of excellence and good sportsmanship amongst team members. This aligns perfectly with the Isaac-Henry Track & Field Invitational, where student-athletes from various schools can engage in healthy competition.”

He continued: “The event was a very rewarding one for us at Mayberry as we continue to contribute to national development and engage on a personal level with the wider Jamaica.”


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