Guardian Group Herman Griffith Primary Schools' Cricket Competition 2015

West Terrace Primary will be the target of the other fifty two(52) teams, as their aspiration will be to bowl them off the pinnacle of Primary School's cricket supremacy.  A dominant performance in 2014 by the St. James base school, seem to have  ignited the passion of the other competing Schools, which can only go to lay the platform for a high level of competition.


The 2015 Guardian Group ( Guardian General Insurance Ltd.) National Sports Council Herman Griffith Primary Schools Cricket Competition has special significance, as the current West Indies captain Jason Holder, and vice captain Kragg Brathwaite

are both product of the competition.  Holder, the tall,  6 ' 7" allrounder is a product of Charles F. Broome Primary, the now defunct Louis Lynch Secondary and the St. Michael School, he was coached by the NSC's coach Richard 'Stragoo' Straker, who took a keen interest in his development and guided him through his junior to senior stages.

Brathwaite,  an opening batman, is the former Erdiston Primary and Combermere schoolboy, is a prodigious talent who has  a huge  appetite  for scoring runs. His penchant talent  started at primary school and was honed there by big Milton Small, the former West Indies fast bowler and NSC Coach.


The NSC and its coaches are thus justly proud of this pair and wish them every success as they seek to return the once formidable  West Indies to the pinnacle of world cricket.