Saint Lucia hosts 5th Annual Summer Cricket Camp

The curtains came down on The 2022 Northern Cluster Grassroots/ Ministry of Youth Development and Sports Summer Cricket Camp on Saturday, August 27, 2022.

Castries, Saint Lucia: The curtains came down on The 2022 Northern Cluster Grassroots/ Ministry of Youth Development and Sports Summer Cricket Camp on Saturday, August 27, 2022.

As anticipated, the 5th Annual Summer Cricket Camp, organized and hosted by the Northern Cluster Grassroots Cricket Program, was very successful.

The Cricket Camp began on July 20 and ended on August 27. During these six weeks, the campers covered several cricket development activities, including cricket skill development, cricket matches, lecture presentations, and fun activities (picnics, adventure, round the island trip, a talent show, sleepovers, etc.).

An average of between 60 to 75 male and female participants between the ages of 6 and 18 took part in all the camp activities. The Northern Cluster Grassroots Cricket Program would like to acknowledge the assistance of the following entities and personnel for their major role in the execution of this year’s Summer Cricket Camp. 

* Mr. Kirby Sydney GM Sports St Lucia Inc (Venue)

* Ministry of Youth Development & Sports (Logical etc)

* Miss Roseline Preville (Assistant camp coordinator, other major roles)

* Malika Edward, Kymani Sexiux (Coaches)

* United Through Sports (Coaches/ Physiologist)

* Miss Afra Forde, Mr. Thomas Elcock, Mr. Nerius Auguste, Vernisha Jones (Parents “hands-on”)

* Mr & Mrs. Goodman (Gros Islet Cricket Association)

* Joyann Preville (Cook)

* Miss Reajean Montoute (Gros Islet Playing Field)

* Hon Kenson Casimir, Zachary Hippolyte, Terry Finisterre (Lecturers)

* Bernie Joseph (Security support)

* Skyy Smith (Coordinating talent show and other activities)

* Skakey & Sheldon of SSI (Logistical assistance)

* All camp participants and Parents/ Guardians.


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