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St Stephen’s into Herman Griffith Primary Schools cricket final  

Kenmore Bynoe ,

Added 27 November 2019


SIX-WICKET hero Joshua Babb (being hugged)was acclaimed by fellow players and team officials after bowling Stephen⁳ to their first finals in 39 years.(Picture by Kenmore Bynoe.)


TEN-YEAR-OLD pacer Joshua Babb took six wickets for 12 runs yesterday to pilot St Stephen’s Primary School into the Guardian Group Herman Griffith Primary Schools Cricket Competition finals for the first time in 39 years.

Playing at Lears, St Stephen’s recorded a 42-run victory over Selah Primary after setting them a target of 93 runs. Selah were bowled out for 51 in 15.2 overs. (KB)

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