Last Saturday, the P.K.F. Barcellos, Narine & Company Inter-Secondary School annual Tapeball cricket competition bowled off at the Durban Park Tarmac and La Bonne Intention (LBI) Secondary school came out as the champions of the fourth edition of the two-day tournament.
LBI defeated The Business School in the semifinal before getting past Patentia in the final. Patentia had made light work of Hope Secondary in their semifinal before falling short in the final of the 12-team competition that began last Friday.
On the distaff side, Hope Secondary won the James ‘Kool’ Lewis trophy in the schools girls’ softball cricket event after defeating Queenstown Secondary Schools girls via a walkover in the five team competition.
For the boys, Ryan Wong won the MVP award.
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