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INTER-SEC MASH-UP AGAIN - Two In A Row For Lendore

For the second time a dark cloud has come over the annual Inter-Secondary School sports and it’s threatening to darken the event for another significantly long period. On both occasions Principal of the Hillsborough Secondary School, Brian Lendore, has found himself at the centre of the controversy.

The Carriacou Athletics Committee, CAC, had a last throw of the dice on Monday evening in a four hour long meeting at the Historical conference room, which failed to yield a resolution in the stand-off between Bishop’s College and the Hillsborough Secondary School.

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Leggard Resigns As CAC Chairperson

Should there be the Inter-Secondary School Games anytime in the future, the Carriacou Athletics Committee (CAC), which has been organizing the games since its revival in about 2009, will have to look for a new president.

This as, due to the recent standoff between Bishop’s College and the Hillsborough Secondary School, Dexter Leggard has decided to excuse himself from the position of Chairperson of the committee.

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Andrew Wants Heads To Roll Over Games

The National Democratic Congress caretaker for Carriacou and Petite Martinique, Tevin Andrew is calling on the powers that be to give marching orders to some officials at the Ministry of Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs over what he says was their poor handling of the issue surrounding the secondary school games.

Andrew who joined the students of Bishop’s College on their march through the streets of Hillsborough chanting –We want sports- says that the ministry should have been involved in proper mediation to ensure that the games proceeded as was planned.

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