The 2015 Scotia bank Kiddy Cricket Competition will commence today with teams in the Berbice river area competing for top honours.
In the morning session, Huru Huru and Aroiama primaries will play each other, while the afternoon session will feature Calcuni primary and St. Lust primary. On Thursday, Kimbia primary will come up against Ebini primary, and Sand Hill primary will compete with De vedt primary.
The winning teams will progress to the qualifying stages in order to determine a winner for the Scotia bank Kiddy Cricket Berbice River District trophy on October 2, 2015.
Over 214 primary schools across the country will have an opportunity to participate in the 2015 Scotia bank Kiddy Cricket Competition, with Zones such as North Georgetown, East Bank Essequibo and West Berbice set to commence their matches from the October 6, 2015.
The Scotia bank Kiddy Cricket programme emphasizes a fun learning approach to cricket, while simultaneously emphasizing group involvement and other team work ethics. However, this year’s competition incorporates aspects of the game that are more aligned to conventional rules, in an effort capture and identify talented players and to promote a progressive pathway for emerging players.
In addition, at the end of the tournament three (3) talented players will be identified for an opportunity to be the recipient of a Scotia bank award valued at US$500. Of the three (3) identified players, the student-player with the highest academic average for 2015 will receive the award.
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