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Captain of the Harvard Club s Under-
19 rugby team Odell Bacchus has again
been named as the junior member who
best epitomises the Spirit of Harvard
The announcement was made at the
legendary outfit s Annual Dinner and
Awards held at its club house on Ser-
pentine Road, St Clair, on December 12.
He was bestowed with the honour
alongside senior member Isaac Cannon.
Jerry Legal was the senior member in
receipt of the award last year.
It was another great year for young
Bacchus who was voted the Most Dis-
ciplined athlete in his sport for the second
consecutive year and Player of the Year.
Following in the winning ways of their
U-19 captain, Enrique Garcia was named
the Most Improved, while Isaac Small
was voted Rookie of the Year.
Honours to the ruggermen began with
Mark Griffith copping the Most Improved
award; Brandon Greenidge, the Most
Disciplined trophy, while Keston Earle
won the coveted Player of the Year prize.
But according to the honour roll pub-
lished, Bacchus was not the only junior
athlete under the Harvard Club banner
who had been consistently outstanding
in a sport.
Hockey player Nia Cumberbatch was
the other athlete delivering all-round
exceptional performances and conduct.
In 2014, she was declared the Most
Outstanding U-19 Player and went on
to cop the Junior Player of the Year prize.
This year, however, she started her climb
on awards night by first capturing the
Most Valuable Player prize, before proud-
ly accepting the Junior Player of the Year
Of the three awards presented to the
Cricket Reserve Team Randy Harvey
captured two. They were: Best Batsman
and Cricketer of the Year. His team-
mate Jerome Simpson was adjudged as
the Best Bowler.
When time came to salute hockey s
Championship team Chemika Ellis was
called as the Most Improved Player, while
Kwylan Jaggassar was adjudged the Most
Honours in the Trinity Team Division
went to Jeannette Clare, being the Most
Improved athlete and Fiona Le Blanc,
the Most Disciplined. The Junior Team
saw honours bestowed onto Britney
Pope--Most Improved and Micaiah King--
Most Disciplined; while Shania Gajadhar s
journey in the spotlight was a direct
result of her ability to score the Most
Hockey completed the night s pro-
gramme by raising the award for Most
Outstanding Sporting Discipline for
Bacchus steals show
at Harvard awards
Cricketer of the Year
Fiona Le Blanc
Most Valuable Player
Junior Player of the Year
Rookie of the Year
Player of the Year
Player of the Year
SPIRIT OF HARVARD AWARD (SOHA)
Hakim Du Bois
Footballer of the Year
Football Special Award
George Lee Shee, for his commitment and dedication to Table
Grantley Auguste , for his commitment and dedication to
Carl Daly, for his commitment and dedication to the band
from 1993 to present
MOST OUTSTANDING SPORTING DISCIPLINE
MEMBER OF THE YEAR
Dexter De Souza
Hockey athlete Nia Cumberbatch was named its Junior Player of
the Year. Andy Palmer, vice-president of Harvard Club made the
Footballer of the Year, Kyle Jones, left, Junior Hockey Player of the Year, Nia Cumberbatch, Junior Rugby Player of the Year,
Odell Bacchus, and Randy Harvey, Cricketer of the Year, Reserve Team, share a photo-call.
Brandon Greenidge, the Most Disciplined Rugby Athlete, received his award from
Sandra Moore-Williams, chair of the Harvard Hockey Section.
Mark Griffith, the Most Improved Senior Rugby Athlete, accepts his award from
THE HONOUR ROLL
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