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Edward Cooper Hall wins IPAM's Annual Athletics Meet

The Institute of Public Administration and Management (IPAM) has held its annual track and field Athletics Championship at  Havelock , kortright for the first time in thirteen years.

IPAM's Inter-hall Athletics Championship saw the emergence of Esther B Bangura as the best female athlete , while Moi-Soko Kaisamba emerged as the best male Athlete.

Beaming with Joy , over the return of Inter-Hall Athletics Meet at IPAM , Deputy Vice Chancellor Prof. Miriam Elizabeth Conteh-Morgan , described the moment as exciting and urge the students to celebrate a feat of Inter-Hall athletics fanfare in the history of the Country's leading business School IPAM after 13 years in the wilderness.

The quest for winning was visibly demonstrated by the athletes who represented the four halls in the Institute.

At the height of the Sport meet , the Deputy Registrar Munda JS Lebbie, expressed huge delight for the historic milestone covered and noted that the platform would serve as a gateway to earmark alhletes and set them off on to the future.

Samuel Turay excelled himself in the 100M dash, to help  Edward Cooper Hall clinch the Championship title in.

Samuel maintained that his participation that projected and dominated in the race was a normal feat for him.

Nancy Nyallay, also of Edward Cooper Hall added that the competition is a turning point for the athlete's career.

Nancy hopes to keep her glittery career intact to reach the International level by uplifting the Country's flag in the Olympic and Commonwealth Games.

After the events , Edward Cooper Hall took first position on securing a total points of 232 , While May Parker Hall came second with 165 points , Nat Wellington came third and fourth Kwame Adjei to 140 and 124 points respectively.

The Managing Director of Rokel Commercial bank Dr. Walton Gilpin  and Prof. Miriam Elizabeth Conteh-Morgan dished out the  trophies and certificates to deserving athletes.


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