AWQAF SA & PRIMROSE CRICKET CLUB
T20 YOUTH CRICKET TOURNAMENT
15 to 17 December 2017, PRIMROSE CRICKET CLUB
Awqaf South Africa in partnership with Primrose Cricket Club are jointly organizing the second AWQAF SA & PRIMROSES T20 YOUTH CRICKET TOURNAMENT as part of Awqaf SA’s Social Cohesion project.
The tournament is set to take place from the 15th to 17th December in Cape Town, with 16 teams having been invited to participate in four (4) age group categories i.e. U11, U12, U13 and U15 teams. Some of the teams who will be participating include Primrose, Somerset West, Hanover Park, Ottomans and Makhosana.
Awqaf SA is a charitable endowment (Waqf) receiving organization. It invests endowment funds and spends only the income generated from investments to fund a variety of community development projects and programmes promoting Integrated Community Development, social cohesion and self-reliance.
In extension of our community social cohesion projects, we have partnered with Primrose Cricket Club to facilitate a Youth Cricket Tournament. Established in 1976, Primrose Cricket Club has been at the forefront of cricket excellence despite the adverse historic challenges placed on sport as a result of discriminatory apartheid policies.
“We believe that sports is a natural vehicle that acts as a sustainable tool to developing individuals and communities,” Deputy CEO Mickaeel Collier said. “The tournament therefore, aims to promote social cohesion by allowing kids from varying walks of life to play the game of cricket at no charge.”
“As a community owned Endowment Fund, we would like to provide an equal opportunity to all kids partaking in the tournament, which will allow a platform to harmoniously integrate and build communities,” he added.
For more information about the upcoming AWQAF SA & PRIMROSES T20 YOUTH CRICKET TOURNAMENT, visit www.primrosecricket.org.za or call 082 216 4269.
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T20 Youth Cricket Tournament Programme Brochure
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Mr Hasanain Abdullah
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