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Ton of cheers for Kraigg

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Ton of cheers for Kraigg

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The cheers from the Three Ws Stand at Kensington Oval reverberated around the historic ground yesterday as Barbados, led by the resolute batting of Kraigg Brathwaite, took charge of the final against Trinidad and Tobago.
The greatest support came from the second tier where hundreds of schoolchildren from Wesley Hall enjoyed watching opener Brathwaite as he scored 122, his third regional ton.
The children were given the luxury of staying the entire day instead of leaving at lunch time. That was a treat for Wesley Hall who would have won more primary school cricket titles than any other school.
While Brathwaite’s hundred gave lessons in grit and determination, the children had a fiery send-off as all-rounder Lendl Simmons blazed an unbeaten hundred off just 53 balls in the face of Barbados’ bid for a record 21 regional titles. (KB)

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