Scotiabank Kiddy Cricket

For 14 years now Scotiabank has been playing an important role in promoting the sport that unites the Caribbean.

From celebrating cricket’s heritage to developing cricket-themed educational programs for children, we support the advancement of the sport through our continued sponsorship of the West Indies Cricket Board.


Kiddy Cricket Facts

  • The Scotiabank-sponsored Kiddy Cricket program was introduced to Barbados in 2000
  • The Kiddy Cricket program aims to help primary school children develop a life-long appreciation of cricket, a game deeply rooted in their West Indian heritage. Through the program children also develop positive values and good sportsmanship
  • The Scotiabank Kiddy Cricket program provides equipment and training for teachers to coach the basics of the game
  • Through Scotiabank Kiddy Cricket, children not only acquire an interest in the sport, they develop interpersonal skills, self-confidence, and self-discipline — qualities that benefit them for a lifetime

Kycia and Kyshona

Kycia and Kyshona

West Indies women's team cricketers Kyshona (left) and Kycia Knight with Scotiabank's Assistant General Manager for Branch Banking Jennifer Murray (center).


Coach and Jenny Murray

Coach and Jenny Murray

Christ Church Girls' Kiddy Cricket coach Ulric Batson and members of the school's new Kiddy Cricket team accept their kit from Scotiabank's Assistant General Manager for Branch Banking Jennifer Murray.


Kiddy Cricket - Chirpy

Kiddy Cricket - Chirpy

Scotiabank Kiddy Cricket mascot Chirpy puts on a show to the delight of students, teachers and officials.

Kiddy Cricket - Chirpy

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