(ZIZ)– Constituency Number Eight’s Kristal Maclean won three of four segments on Saturday night to be crowned Miss Labour 2014.
In the end, 15-year-old Maclean walked away with the best promotional speech, best futuristic creative wear and best evening gown to take the crown.
In the process, she amassed a total of 923 points…64 points ahead of her closest competitors.
The queen was crowned by Prime Minister and Leader of the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party, the Right Hon Dr. Denzil Douglas.
This year, there was a tie for the first runner-up position with constituency number one’s Shirnaldeen Lewis and constituency number six’s Xendisia Dorsett both amassing a total 859 points.
Dorsett also won the best performing talent segment of the pageant.
Second runner-up went to Lynnika Small who represented constituency number four while constituency number two’s Lesanna Liburd captured the third runner-up spot.
The crowd at Carnival Village was treated to live entertainment from one of Jamaica’s top dancehall artist, Demarco, who belted out much of his hit songs to the crowd’s delight.