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When Bayley’s Primary’s opening batsmen walked to the crease yesterday morning no one could have predicted how their match in the Guardian General Herman Griffith Primary Schools’ Cricket Competition would unfold. Not only did Romario Alleyne and Latrel Greenidge both score unbeaten centuries playing against St Philip Primary, they also posted the highest ever opening partnership in the history of the competition, 339. Alleyne blasted 147 not out, his second century in as many matches, and Greenidge notched his first, an unbeaten 142 as Bayley’s won by 294 runs after bowling out St Philip for 43. At Inch Marlow, St Winifred’s also created history, this time being bowled out for the lowest total ever – two – by St Christopher. Here, Alleyne (left) and Greenidge raising bats after their feat.