Keen on track
SEEMS WATERFORD isn’t off track for a lot of school sports.
About 23 primary and secondary schools, including perennial track and field powers Springer Memorial, are still slated to stage their inter-house sports days at the National Stadium despite the closure of the facility’s five stands.
Superintendent Colin Spencer confirmed that substantial interest in the National Stadium in light of the growing seating concerns that have led many to seek the Ryan Brathwaite Track as an alternative venue.
“I’m not really surprised that the schools still want to come here because last year the Senior Games were a hit and we had some churches here too and those events were a hit without our usual seating capacity,” said Spencer.
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