St. Paul’s Primary: Scotiabank’s Kiddy Cricket Champions’ Celebration – Keynote from West Indies cricketer Kraigg Brathwaite, Kiddy Cricket alumnus

As much as you prefer sport, it is always best to know your numbers and words so as to improve your game. This advice came from Kraigg Brathwaite, who’s not only a part of the West Indies cricket team, but he also came up through the ranks of Scotiabank’s Kiddy Cricket programme.

Winners of the Scotiabank Kiddy Cricket Festival, St. Paul’s Primary enjoyed a Champions’ Celebration at the school. Kiddy Cricket alumnus Kraigg Brathwaite presented special gifts for the winning team.

Winners of the Scotiabank Kiddy Cricket Festival, St. Paul’s Primary enjoyed a Champions’ Celebration at the school. Kiddy Cricket alumnus Kraigg Brathwaite presented special gifts for the winning team.

Kraigg was part of the celebration for St Paul’s Primary who were the overall victors of the 2013 season. He recalled his days at Ellerslie and how his father made sure he did his Maths and English assignments {CLICK ON FOLLOWING LINK FOR FULL AUDIO};-

Kraigg recalled how his father said no matter if he preferred being a doctor or football or chose to be a mechanic just make sure the lessons were done to the best of his ability

St Paul's students listening carefully to advice given...

St Paul’s students listening carefully to advice given…

Martyn Parris of the WICB also was pleased with how the school did, he clearly felt hard work paid off massive dividends {CLICK ON FOLLOWING LINK FOR FULL AUDIO};-

There were 7 or 8 teams participated in 2012 and by St Paul’s making sure their pupils played in After School coaching made the difference for victory.

This photo was posed more or less how i recommended it, but Kenmore Bynoe as he was on a private contract (hope not on Nation's time?) was behaving like a real Prima Donna as if he was Barbados' Stephen Spielberg or something... Phew!

This photo was posed more or less how I recommended it, but fellow shutterbug Kenmore Bynoe as he was on a private contract (hope not on Nation’s time?) was behaving like a real Prima Donna, as if he was Barbados’ Stephen Spielberg or something… Phew!

Marketing Manager for Scotia, Mrs Amanda Lynch-Foster, indicated her original pick for a finalist in this year’s tournament {CLICK ON FOLLOWING LINK FOR FULL AUDIO};-

She was hoping West Terrace would have won, that was her alma mater in primary school – but the level of team spirit she sees at St Paul’s it was no shock to learn they won this year.

 

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