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MUSIC AND THE PARTY-LIKE atmosphere that have been part of every secondary school track and field championships for more than two decades, are likely to beat again for the first time in ten years in a more organised fashion.

It had been mooted for some time and confirmed yesterday at a Barbados Association of Principals of Public Secondary Schools (BAPPSS) meeting at Harrison College.

 A highly-placed source told the NATION students would be allowed to play music on finals days of the Barbados Secondary Schools Athletics Championships (BSSAC) on March 21 and 22.

“The music will be back but it will be in a structured form. Selected students from across the schools will provide the music,” the source said.

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