PAN O RAMA

The Star (St. Lucia) - Life Begins 2 Nite - - FRONT PAGE -

The Na­tional Panorama Com­pe­ti­tion took place last Fri­day at the Dar­ren Sammy Cricket Grounds. Though there were only five bands and a sparse crowd, the sup­port­ers were all happy to be in at­ten­dance at this phe­nom­e­nal event.

Af­ter stu­dents played the na­tional an­them from the Car­men Re­nee Me­mo­rial School, it was straight down to busi­ness. Pan­time Steel Orches­tra from Gros Islet, the three-time de­fend­ing cham­pi­ons, per­formed 'Cap­tain Sammy' and set the stan­dard high.

Fol­low­ing an in­trigu­ing con­test, it was no sur­prise that La­borie Steel Pan scored the high­est with 256 points. In sec­ond place was Pan­time Steel Orches­tra with 248 points. Pan­tas­tic Muzik took third place with 229 points. Pan Am­bas­sadors were fourth with 199 points while West Coast Steel Band amassed 191 points.

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