BORN TO WIN: From a sea of entries submitted by students across the globe (the UK, Canada, the United States, the Caribbean), the work of two Jamaican students emerged the cream of the crop in the recent World Plumbing Day International Poster Competition. Eleven-year-old Andrew Malcolm took first place (US$100) while fellow Corinaldi Avenue Primary student Nakelia Humphrey copped second place (US$50) in the contest, which is put on every March by the US-based World Plumbing Council. The students are pictured above with teachers Dane Julius and Donette Salmon. "We have done it before, and we knew we could do it again," offers elated principal Cynthia Munroe. "Our teachers are highly motivated and they transmit this commitment and motivation to our students, and so our students know that when they go out there they have to excel, [and] they want to achieve at the highest."