By: Curtis Morton
(CHARLESTOWN, NEVIS)- Coaches Fraser and Williams of the Charlestown Secondary School’s cricket team are both confident that the school team will dominate the upcoming semi final encounter in the ongoing Federation High schools cricket championships and go on to win the finals in grand style.
Speaking to the media on Tuesday, Fraser opined that the CSS team is ‘the hardest school boys’ team in the region.
Williams for his part, is looking forward to being part of the team’s anticipated celebrations, in his first year of coaching the team.
Both men indicated that the team is a tough team to make and that there are a lot of players who have not yet made the starting eleven but are good enough to challenge other teams in the competition.
The school team is still basking in the record breaking opening stand between Ross Powell and Saeed Williams who compiled an unbeaten 292 between them, versus the Basseterre High School, last week.
The school team will now face off with the Charles E. Mills Secondary School today Wednesday 22nd April, while their counterparts at GSS will engage the Washington Archibald High school in the other semi final encounter.
The final is set for Warner Park on Friday 24th April.