It was another title for the North at the Sir Garfield Sobers Gymnasium Saturday night for the Spirit Nation of the Awards.
For the fifth time, St Lucy took home the 2017 Most Outstanding Parish Ambassadors.
Daimon Rock and Jennice King were beside themselves as they accepted their awards while their supporters rushed on stage to celebrate their victory.
The couple also received the Parish Project Award for their project Agroacy- Feeding Me, Feeding You, Feeding All Ah We.
Speaking with members of the media, the emotional couple could not help but express their immense happiness on receiving the coveted award.
Rock said that his win was dedicated to his deceased grandmother Eudine Rock who took him to the show every year while she alive.
“ I did it all for her,” said an emotional Rock.
His partner Jennice King was also elated with their win, especially as she had tried numerous times to enter the competition.
St Joseph participants Francois Carrington and Keshanna Leacock received the second place prize while St John’s couple of Kyle Prescod and Leah Howell took the third place spot.
The best costume award went to St Thomas’ Ranaldo Husbands and Amy Herbert who did their supporters proud with their delightful and colourful presentation.
Meanwhile, Best Formal Wear went to Raymond Thomas and Shenise Marshall who dropped a couple of jaws with their classy and sophisticated looks.
The Spirit Of the Nation Award went to songbird Akea Burton from St Peter who did a beautiful and soulful rendition of classical 1975 hit Walk Away from Love.
The violinists trio, Stringed Brotherhood from the Parish of St James narrowly missed claiming the award but received the award for Most Impactful Act with their rendition of Emmerton by the Mighty Gabby.
Dramatist Tamia Reece received Most Original Act for her hilarious skit entitled Dress Code which discusses the gun violence in the society.