Kwakwani Secondary clinches three basketball titles

U-14 champs, Kwakwani Secondary displaying their haul following their close win over Marian Academy  

U-14 champs, Kwakwani Secondary displaying their haul following their close win over Marian Academy

Newly crowned U-19 champions Kwakwani Secondary posing with their trophy and individual accolades following their win over Plaisance Academy.

Newly crowned U-19 champions Kwakwani Secondary posing with their trophy and individual accolades following their win over Plaisance Academy.

Kwakwani Secondary solidified their status as the leading secondary basketball institution, claiming three out of a possible four national titles when the Youth Basketball Guyana (YBG) schools festival concluded on Sunday.

Hosted at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall, Kwakwani Secondary walked away with the u-19, u-14 and female divisional crowns while they were defeated in pursuit of the  clean sweep in the u-16 title match.

Kwakwani Secondary clinched the u-19 title, defeating Plaisance Academy by a 73-59 score line. Divisional most valuable player (MVP), Leonard Primo led the way with a  double-double of 29 points and 18 rebounds.

He was supported by Shafeeq Thomas who shot his way to 12 points while picking up four rebounds and three steals. Leading the East Coast of Demerara outfit with 14 points and seven rebounds was Kelvin Yorrick.

Kwakwani Secondary continued their dominance as they clinched the u-14 title, defeating Marian Academy 30-29. Keith Adams,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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