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Like father like son - Fidel's son wants to bowl fast

Bridgetown, Barbados – In what appears to be a story of ‘like father like son’ Fidel Edwards could pass the fast bowling baton to his son in years to come. Cricket fans at Kensington Oval were thrilled with what they saw from the local children who participated in the Scotiabank Kiddy Cricket display. One child who stood out, despite his small physique, was a pint-sized five-year-old. He caught the eye as he sprinted to the crease off his “long run” to bowl “fast”.
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Barbadian student wins Kiddy Cricket Mascot Competition

Bridgetown, Barbados -Twelve year old Harrison College student, Barbadian Daniel Lashley has been declared the winner of the Scotiabank Kiddy Cricket ‘Design a Mascot Competition’.

Daniel’s entry “Chirpy the Cricket” copped the top position when weighed against 12 other national winners from across the Caribbean. Daniel won for himself a brand new laptop computer for his top placing in addition to the Nintendo DS he won for being the top entrant from his country.

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Scotiabank Kiddy cricketers to debut at The Oval

Port of Spain, Trinidad– The Queens Park Oval is scheduled for even more excitement during the Second Digicel Pearls One Day International at the Queens Park Oval as young up-and-coming primary school cricketers from Trinidad and Tobago take centre stage for their big debut as part of the WICB Scotiabank Kiddy Cricket Programme for the spectacular International Interval Display.

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Kraigg joins Kemar in graduating from Kiddy Cricket to Tests

Basseterre, St KittsOpening batsman Kraigg Brathwaite has joined fast bowler Kemar Roach as the two Scotiabank Kiddy Cricketers to play Test cricket.

Brathwaite, the 18-year-old Barbadian schoolboy, is making his debut against Pakistan in the Second Digicel Test at Warner Park and became the fifth youngest West Indies Test cricketer to do so.

Roach, the 22-year-old speedster, also from Barbados, made his Test debut in 2009 against Bangladesh in St Vincent and has made 12 Test appearances thus far.

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Former Kiddy Cricketer is youngest MoM adjudicator

Gros Islet, St Lucia - Nineteen year old Dalton Polius is now the holder of the record for the youngest Man of the Match adjudicator in an international cricket match in the West Indies.

Polius, a St Lucian was the adjudicator in the Second Digicel ODI at the Beausejour Cricket Ground which Pakistan won.

He chose Ahmed Shehzad for his century as Pakistan won by 7 wickets, making 223 for 3 chasing West Indies’ 222 all out from 50 overs.

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