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Sir Wes, Charles Griffith honoured
BRIDGETOWN—Rev Sir Wesley Hall and Charles Griffith formed one of the famed lethal, opening bowling partnership for the West Indies in the 60s and on Thursday the Cricket Legends of Barbados honoured these two great fast bowlers.
Coupled with the welcome reception for the visiting County Cricket teams by the British high Commissioner, his excellency Paul Brummell, the museum exhibition is aptly titled ‘Pace Like Fire’.
Richard Sealy, MP, Minister of Tourism and International Transport, official opened the exhibition which featured photos, some history on the two players, and a recording of a commentator on a game which would be played in a corner through a preserved radio fusion speaker.
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