Rhonica A. Connor, the lone entry for Omololu International School, captured first place in the Anguilla Bar Association essay competition. She received a plaque and Samsung Galaxy Tablet. Second place went to DeJanae Christmas of the Central Christian Primary School, who also received a plaque and Kindle Fire. Kaiden J. Proctor of the Orealia Kelly Primary School received a plaque and Mini Tablet for capturing third place.
The Association also gave a certificate of recognition, and a gift certificate redeemable at Coral Reef Book Store, to the most outstanding student of each primary school, other than the winner of the overall competition. These students were: Tyneeka Woodley of the Adrian T Hazel Primary School; Shaequanique Hanley from Central Christian Primary School; Omar Hodge from Morris Vanterpool Primary School; Akiara Pina-Richardson from the Orealia Kelly Primary School and Jò Ardie Richardson from Valley Primary School. Special mention was made of the most creative essay which was done by Aliyah Richardson from Valley Primary School.