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Reigning school monarch back in February 21 finals

Published: 
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Tyreese J Williams of Arima Boys’ RC School draws position No. 4 in the primary schools category of the Flavourite National School Soca Monarch competition during the draw for positions yesterday.

Reigning monarch Ferdinand Smith will be the final performer at the 15th Flavorite Supreme Ice Cream National School Soca Monarch (NSSM) Competition finals on February 21 at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain. Smith is not the only returning champion this year, as Jeremy Rodriguez, who will be performing just before him, took home the crown last year in the primary school sub-section of the competition.

 

 

Unlike Smith, Rodriguez cannot carry the title of reigning monarch, despite his win as he is no longer a primary school pupil. This is his first year competing alongside other secondary school performers, making him ineligible to defend his title. Primary school soca star and 2012 NSSM winner Aaron Duncan will also be competing this year among the 22 overall performers on “Awesome Friday”.

 

Though Duncan lost the throne to Rodriguez in 2013, Rodriguez’s move into the secondary school sub-section of the competition may better his chances of reclaiming his crown. Rehearsals will begin from tomorrow as the contestants prepare for their upcoming performances.

 

Position    Performer    School    Song

1        Aaron Duncan    Trinity Junior School    Clear D Way
2    Jerimiah James    Arima Boys’ RC    School of Soca
3    Stefan Camejo    Sacred Heart Boys’ RC    Soca Plane
4    Tyreese J Williams    Arima Boys’ RC    Move Something
5    Josiah James    Arima Boys RC    Tassa Talking
6    Aallyah Webb    San Fernando Girls’ Gov’t    Soca Chutney Fever
7    N’Janela C Duncan-Regis    Eshe’s Learning Centre    Real Unity
8    Kerston Millar    St Andrew’s Anglican, Tobago    Ah Running
9    Sianne D’Abreau    Arima Girls’ RC    This Thing Called Soca

 

 

Position    Performer    School    Song

1        Reshawn Goodridge    St Mary’s College    Trini People
2    Joshua Sargent    St George’s College    Carnival is Here Again
3    Shervonne Rodney    El Dorado West Secondary    Ole Time Carnival
4    Khiry Flemming    St Kevin’s College    Pressure
5    Sasha-Ann Moses    UWI Sixth Form School    Red, White and Black
6    Tsahai Corbin    St Joseph’s Convent    My Island
7    Anna-Lisa Roberts    Speyside Secondary    Free Up
8    Kerwin Aldridge    Couva West Secondary    My Rhythm of Life
9    Jerrisha Duncan-Regis    St Francois Girls’ College    It in Meh Vein
10    Timel Flement Rivas    Hillview College    Soca Spirit
11    Joel Jones    Presentation College    Waste Disposal
12    Jeremy Rodriguez     Cowen Hamilton Secondary    Soca Soldier
13    Ferdinand Smith (DC)    Swaha Hindu College    I Believe