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Fifth Element cops tops prize at Junior Kadooment

By SHERRYLYN CLARKE

Added 30th July 2017

KEVIN SMALL has done it again. The young designer won back-to-back Best Junior Band titles at this year’s Junior Kadooment and Fair in association with the Barbados Lumber Company, MQI and Consolidated Finance. It is the third time in the last four years the 25-year-old has won the prize. He first did so in 2014 and has not fallen out of the top three, placing second in 2015.

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KEVIN SMALL has done it again.

The young designer won back-to-back Best Junior Band titles at this year’s Junior Kadooment and Fair in association with the Barbados Lumber Company, MQI and Consolidated Finance.

It is the third time in the last four years the 25-year-old has won the prize. He first did so in 2014 and has not fallen out of the top three, placing second in 2015.

This year, Fifth Element portrayed Candy Land 246 with a striking display of sweets to also win Most Colourful.

Gwyneth Squires was second with Kites at the Garrison and Trevor Nicholls’ Young Spirits Community Group third with Colour Me Crop Over.  Nicholls also topped the Fantasy category.

Arthur Smith Primary School won Best School Band with Bring Ya Colours and Come.

Sanka Price’s Blackbird Productions won top prize in the Historical, Topical and Folklore sections through the Tribute to Mighty Gabby, while Quimby’s Explosion was first in the Environmental category with Our Cultural Environment.

Click here to see the full results.

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