A great team effort saw Kyle College claim top spot in glorious sunshine at this year’s edition of Watershed College sprints on Saturday (February 8) afternoon. The event which was attended by eight schools went on well and ran on time. Marondera High School however, turned up late missing the first 24 of the 48 events. Eaglesvale enjoyed a good run over the shorter distances before Kyle College dethroned them after the 800m races, which required more depth from the various teams and the Masvingo boys and girls had just that.
Tawanda Ngosi of Midlands Christian College set a new meet record of 22.34 seconds* over 200m in the open boys division. Eaglesvale’s Gesham Sabri was outstanding, setting new records in all events he took part in in the U15 boys division. Sabri ran the 100m and 200m runs in record times of 11.72 seconds* and 23.87 seconds* respectively. His relay team also set a new record in the 4x400m event crossing the line in 3,55.81 minutes*. The U17 girls relay team from Kyle also set a new record in the 4x100m event with a time of 54.41 seconds*. Westrigde finished the day in eighth position with 95 points, while Marondera placed seventh with 219 points. Eleven points separated Gateway and the hosts, Watershed College with the latter in fifth position with 296 points. Hillcrest College ended the day with 313 points in fourth place behind third-placed Midlands Chiristian College who amassed 381 points. In second place was Eaglesvale who totalled 400 points behind winners Kyle College who earned 517 points.