Kiddy Kings

marciadottin, marciadottin@nationnews.com

Added 27 May 2013

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St Paul’s are the new kings of the Scotiabank Kiddy  Cricket Festival. In a tense and exciting final at Kensington Oval on Saturday, they defeated West Terrace by four runs. After batting first and scoring 115 in their five overs, St Paul’s restricted their opponents to 111 in a match that was decided off the very last ball. During the presentation ceremony, acting chief executive officer of the Barbados Cricket Association Rollins Howard encouraged the youngsters to take full advantage of the opportunities which cricket presented as they continued to develop their skills.  

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