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SECOND PLACE: Frontline members of the Bishop Anstey/ Trinity College East Steel Orchestra during their performance of “Come Out To Play” in the Secondary Schools category at yesterday’s National Junior Panorama Finals at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port of Spain. The band placed second with 266 points.
Member of the St Francois Girls’ College celebrate with the secondary school’s trophy at the National Junior Panorama finals at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain, yesterday. PHOTO: ANISTO ALVES

Belmont-based schools St Margaret’s Boys Anglican and St Francois Girls’ topped the Juniors and Seniors, respectively, at yesterday’s 42nd edition of National Schools Junior Panorama Finals, at Queen’s Park Savannah, Port of Spain.

Saints shine at Jnr Panorama finals

DESPITE intermittent showers, spirits were not dampened as 12 primary schools, nine secondary schools and 15 non-school bands vied for first place in their respective categories at the National Junior Panorama Finals at the Grand Stand of the Queen’s Park Savanna yesterday. In the Secondary Schools Category, St Francois Girls’ College shot to first place earning 277 points with their rendition of Edwin ‘Crazy’ Ayoung’s ‘Gee Gee Ree’, drawing overwhelming applause from both spectators and judges alike, making this the College’s sixth victory in the secondary school’s category of the competition.

Belmont double

After two years of being the bridesmaid in their attempt to regain the junior Panorama title once more, St Margaret’s Boys’ Anglican School did so in fine style yesterday at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain, copping their tenth win in the competition.

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