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Not if you win or lose . . .


Not if you win or lose . . .

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Sir Wesley Hall is usually very sure of himself. But the legendary fast bowler found himself between a rock and hard place on Wednesday.

In the end, he won, and still lost.

Sir Wes had his traditional smile in place at the Dover cricket ground, but was unsure about if he should be a fan of the primary school he attended as a boy, or the school that coincidentally bears his name.

The former president of the West Indies Cricket Board was on hand to see St Giles Primary start the 2014 National Sports Council’s Herman Griffith cricket tournament with a massive upset of repeat champions Wesley Hall Primary, defeating the kings by 68 runs.

As if having a premonition of a close match, Sir Wes met with the captains of both teams before the thrilling match.

In this Kenmore Bynoe photo, a smiling Sir Wes watches the captain’s handshake between Wesley Hall’s Janash Jaunai and Romario Roach of St Giles Primary. (BA)