Only a dry run, but this young batsman got stumped early, St Silas’ Brianna seen fielding here…
Lads in traditional cricket white outfits are from St Angela’s, they’re briefed on do’s & don’ts of Kiddy Cricket
St Silas Primary (especially Brianna), ready to try and wrest the championship from St. Paul’s Primary School who remain the defending victor.
Thirty-three Scotiabank Kiddy Cricket teams from public and private primary schools around the island will face off against each other aiming to become the Kiddy Cricket Festival Champions.
Christmas will be easier for patients who rely on the generosity of the Barbados Cancer Society (BCS) – After a cheque was delivered to President of the BCS Dr Dorothy Cooke-Johnson, at ICBLR…
This event has the support of the Fran Wickham of the Frank Collymore Hall, the Institute for Gender and Development Studies – Nita Barrow Unit, several artistes and people who have jumped on bo…
Save for tomorrow with a Sagicor RRSP!
CSF’s Lois Oliver is the Astronaut while Harrison College’s Stefano Chance is the spaceship, LOL!
Best Plan and Project Design – Queen’s College “The Green Way to Get Styrofoam Away” (COO & Sagicor Life (B’dos) Gen. Mgr. Edward Clarke pays visit)
Most Creative and Innovative – Harrison College “Traffic Monitoring and Alert“