Castries, St. Lucia – Theo Edward, the young 15-year-old St. Lucian, has been sensational recently. The talented cricketer, captaining his St. Lucia under 15 team in the Winlott Windward Islands Boys Under 15 tournament has created history with his prolific batting.

In the four matches of the tournament, Edward scored back-to-back centuries, starting the tournament with a blazing 198, and then followed with 101, 137, and in the final 104. His exceptional performance with the bat means his returns with the ball, bowling off spin have gone unnoticed, and so has his astute captaincy.

Here is the accurate picture of Edward’s performance. He has batted 420 balls, scored 540 runs, 77 fours, 15 sixes, at a batting average of 135. A record-breaking performance at any level in Windward Islands cricket. His bowling average was 5.14, delivering 15 overs and taking 7 wickets for only 39 runs.

According to the known records of a Windward Islands youth tournament, this has been the most outstanding performance by a player. Theo Edward was comfortably the player of the tournament, and certainly a name to look out for in the future at the international level.

Below is a brief Q&A with Theo Edward

Q: At what age you started playing cricket?
Theo: Age 9

Q: Who was your first cricket coach?
Theo: Clivus Jules

Q: Who is your number one supporter in cricket?
Theo: My father, Tarcisius Edward

Q: Who is your cricket idol/role model?
Theo: Marnus Labuschange

Q:  Who is your favorite current West Indies player?
Theo: Johnson Charles

Q: Do you have a preference for any of the cricket formats?
Theo: Test or 50 overs

Q: How do you feel about scoring four back-to-back centuries?
Theo: I feel good because it is a milestone for me, so I am quite happy.

Q: What is your immediate goal in cricket?
Theo: To play international cricket for the West Indies

Q: At what age do you see yourself playing for West Indies?
Theo: Age 18 would be great