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CIC boy takes Junior Pathfinders’ title
Ezekiel Yorke is the winner of the 2011 Junior Pathfinders competition organised by the National Youth Action Committee. The competition was held on Thursday at Palms Club, San Fernando. Yorke, a student of St Mary’s College, Port-of-Spain, won with a selection titled We Legacy. There were 15 contestants from schools all over the country, with each well represented in the audience. All the contestants’ compositions were filled with heavy lyrics, leaving the audience with food for thought.
The full results are:
1st place: Ezekiel Yorke—St Mary’s College (We Legacy.)
2nd place: Kerice Pascall—Rio Claro Secondary (Imitation of Life.)
3rd place: Garve Sandy—Bishop’s High School, Tobago (T&T is a Better Place.)
4th place: Zobah Samuel (Preserve Our Heritage.)
5th place: Gabrielle Isaac—UTT (It Can’t Be So.)
6th place: Vornique Benjamin—COSTAAT (The Admired Politician.)
7th place: Sherisse Collymore—Gasparillo Secondary (Children Always Learning.)
8th place: Khadeisha Wilson—Aranguez North Secondary (There’s Too Much Crime.)
9th place: Chanice Toby—Preysal Secondary (Secrets.)
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