Tokio Millennium Re are sponsoring five players from their recent Pee Wee Cricket programme to attend the Bermuda Cricket Board Easter or Summer Camp.
The coaches selected the following five youngsters:
Chaz Godwin - Northlands Sophie Card - Northlands, A-Meerah Richardson-Swan - Heron Bay Ashir Graham - Harrington Sound Stefan Telford-Brangman - Dalton E Tucker
Kathleen Faries, of Tokio Millennium Re, said, “Tokio Millennium Re is proud to partner with the Bermuda Cricket Board to provide scholarships to five of this year’s older Pee Wee cricket players to attend the Bermuda Cricket Board’s Easter or Summer Camp. Tokio Millennium Re actively promotes healthy lifestyles in our community and this includes programmes such as the Pee Wee Cricket and the 8-and-under league that is well organised, structured and fun.”
Lloyd Fray, President of the BCB said, I would like to thank Tokio Millennium Re who have supported both the Pee Wee Cricket and the Under 8 League for six years not. “Their support has enabled us to offer these programmes free of charge. The main purpose of the BCB camps is to teach the skills of cricket while enriching the lives of all of Bermuda’s children by keeping them safe and active over the break, playing a sport they love. The camp incorporates skill building activities and games to incorporate the skills they learnt in practice. Each day the camp focuses on a character-building skill such as respect or fairness, for example, and players are encouraged to incorporate these skills into daily activities.”