Cricket Easte camp sponsorship
Chubb continues BCB Easter Camp sponsorship
The Bermuda Cricket Board announced that Chubb has agreed to continue its sponsorship of the BCB’s 2020 Easter “Action Cricket Camp” that is taking place over five days from March 30 to April 3.
The aim of the Easter Camp is to enhance players’ cricket and social skills in a safe, enjoyable and positive
Under the operation of BCB first vice-president and Youth Development Committee chairman Arnold Manders and camp director Kellie Smith, the camp provides positive fitness practices through cricket and high-quality cricket coaching in the areas of skill development and knowledge of the game.
The camp incorporates the spirit of cricket in all activities and focuses on a different life skill each day, such as respect and teamwork.
Chubb’s sponsorship of the programme will allow 30 children access to the camp for a subsidised rate of $120 for the week.
Manders said: “On behalf of the Bermuda Cricket Board, I would like to sincerely thank Chubb, once again, for sponsoring our annual Easter Camp. The camp, apart from the cricket skills, will also focus on life skills each day, developing the whole child, thus making this sponsorship even more valuable.”
“The Bermuda Cricket Board camp is an exceptional programme focused on supporting youth development,” said Chubb’s Samantha Froud, the chief administration officer of Bermuda operations. “Chubb supports BCB’s commitment to educating our youth about this terrific sport while instilling lifelong skills centred on teamwork and tenacity.”
The BCB camps unite players from clubs across the island, allowing them to build strong relationships during training and by playing together from an early age.
To register or for more information about the BCB Easter Camp, e-mail email@example.com or call 292 8958.
• To view the camp flyer, click on the PDF link under “Related Media”
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