PHOTO: Champions!

Monday, April 23, 2018

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St Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS), easily the most successful school in Jamaican schoolboy cricket over the last four decades, regained the ISSA/GraceKennedy Financial Group Spalding Cup title after taking first-innings honours over Innswood High at STETHS Sports Complex last week. STETHS lost the all-island title last year when they were defeated by Papine High in Kingston. Scores in last week's game: STETHS 165 and 216; Innswood High 130 and 88-6. Photo shows STETHS players celebrating with the Spalding Cup. With them is Kemar Hanson (blue shirt) of competition sponsors First Global, a subsidiary of the GraceKennedy Group of companies. At right is allrounder Nigel Palmer, a leading member of the STETHS team and son of the late Paul Palmer, a STETHS and Jamaica age group batsman of the early 1980s who died in tragic circumstances recently. STETHS dedicated their latest triumph to the memory of Paul Palmer. (Photo: Gregory Bennett)




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