The 29th Annual Milo Games

Today 22 primary schools took part in the 29th annual Milo West Games, with the reigning champions Diamond Vale Government (West Zone B) and Maraval RC School (West Zone A), both returning to defend their titles.

The games have helped to unearth some of the best Track and Field talent that Trinidad and Tobago has ever produced, with athletes such as Olympian Jehue Gordon, Michelle Lee Ahye, Simon Pierre and Jonathan Holder, among others, all debuting at the Milo Games.

Mrs. Rae-Ann Clement- Harper, Senior Consumer Marketing Manager at Nestlé said, "The MILO brand is committed to nourishing our kids; their bodies and minds; not only through proper nutrition, but by developing their passions; their passion for sport in particular, in this instance."

Nestlé Trinidad & Tobago has invested $100,000 towards the games this year, continuing it's support towards sport in the country, which it has done for 29 years.

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