"There are schools out there that will probably have good athletes in their schools but don't have the programme to foster their development
and probably the funding as well," Dyke outlined thoughtfully. "So I don't see where it should be a harm for schools to facilitate these students by moving them into a better programme, better environment
, where they will able to harness their talent and go and achieve to the highest level."
Responding to the new parameter of two transferred students being allowed in each Boys and Girls Championships class, Dyke offered, "It is tight in terms of saying two per class, but it goes to the point where it's going to force probably some of the schools, who have been relying heavily on recruiting, especially in the upper classes, to probably work a little bit harder to get their athletes up to par with the more advanced ones."