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BSSAC ‘safe’

Mike King,

Added 11 March 2019


SPECTATORS will be in the stands at the National Stadium for the Barbados Secondary Schools’ Athletics Championships.(Picture by Jameel Springer.)

THE Barbados Association of Principals of Public Secondary Schools (BAPPSS) has taken every step to ensure the safety of fans coming to the roofless National Stadium for today’s start of the Barbados Secondary Schools’ Athletics Championships (BSSAC).

 BAPPSS president Juanita Wade told NATIONSPORT that everything was on stream to ensure the public will be comfortable for the Frank Blackman Zone, which startsthis morning at 9:30.Wade, the first female principal at Harrison College, said no-one will be allowed on the top tier of any of the stands, all of which, are under repair.(MK)

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