STAMFORD School took a squad of 33 to Barbados for a cricket tour at Easter.
The team competed in 15 fixtures against various clubs and schools across the island and turned in some great performances, learning a great deal on the field.
Stamford School cricket coach Dean Headley said: “Cricket in the West Indies is like a religion, played nothing short of 100 percent, whether in a competitive match or a mock up game using any piece of land available. There is no such thing as a friendly game, as winning is top of their agenda.
“The boys at Stamford School are very fortunate to have gained such an experience.”