In love with cricket

Monday, December 31, 2018

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A concern for the cricket fraternity in recent years has been declining participation in the sport among children across Jamaica. That's not a problem at the Woodlands Primary and Infant School close to Cross Keys in south Manchester. When Jamaica Observer Central paid a quick visit to the school late last term, boys were seen in an intense cricket match. Coach Jamaine Morgan said cricket remained a sport of choice at Woodlands. “The children love playing cricket,” he said.

Photo shows boys at play during their lunch break at Woodlands Primary and Infant School. (Photo: Carl Levy)

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