In Perkins’ honour


A DELIGHTED PRINCIPAL of The St Michael School, Shelton Perkins, appreciating the guard of honour by  current and recent past cricketers of his school before they staged a match at the QEH ground yesterday.
Perkins, who is retiring at the end of the current school year, has been the head of the Martindales Road institution for over ten years.
Yesterday, he spun the toss to start the game where he jokingly said that it was the first time that he had the privilege to do so for a cricket game.
During Perkins’ tenure The St Michael school has produced a number of national sports figures with the most outstanding one being the towering Jason Holder, who has turned out for the West Indies cricket team. (KB)


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