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West Indies cricketers inspire young Dominicans

first_imgLocalNewsSports West Indies cricketers inspire young Dominicans by: – March 20, 2013 68 Views   one comment Share Sharing is caring! Sharecenter_img DCA’s U-15 Trainees with getting tips from Shane ShillingfordTelecommunications Company, Digicel assisted several young Dominican cricketers to obtain the experience of a lifetime by facilitating a training session with West Indies players including Dominican Shane Shillingford.On Monday, March 18th over 40 young cricketers from the Dominica Cricket Association U15-trainees and Sharon Gregoire’s Cricket Clinic kids gathered at the Botanical Gardens cricket playing field. There, they received first hand training and gained invaluable insight into the game from West Indies Team members, Captain Darren Sammy, Shane Shillingford, Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels.The youngsters underwent a fun-filled, interactive training session, where they were taken through a number of exercises, including warm-ups, batting, bowling and fielding drills, all while receiving a number of helpful tips, tricks and secrets from West Indies players. One of Dominica’s top-batsman Leic Charles also benefited from that session when he received one on one batting tips from popular batsman Chris Gayle. “The kids were just thrilled to have this opportunity to get one-on-one attention from players at this level, especially one of their own fellow Dominicans. It was truly an invaluable opportunity to learn from them and gain confidence that one day they too will be the stars of cricket of the Caribbean,” Digicel Dominica’s sales and marketing manager, Nathalie Walsh said.This initiative by Digicel in partnership with the West Indies players created great enthusiasm for the youngsters as well as their coaches.Dominica Vibes News Tweet Sharelast_img read more

Open heart and open home

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Car carrying children run off road

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first_imgLast year’s camps were attended by a record 142,000 boys and girls between the ages of six and 12, equating to roughly one in four children in Ireland. Kellogg’s and the GAA have agreed to extend their Cúl Camps partnership for a further three years. Uachtarán Chumann Lúthchleas Gael John Horan, left, with Ruth Hughes, Commercial Director, Kellogg’s, at Croke Park, in Dublin. Photo by Brendan Moran/Sportsfile center_img The camps, which take place across all 32 counties during July and August, help youngsters learn GAA skills and play the national games in a safe and enjoyable environment with qualified coaches.A number of top inter-county footballers and hurlers have played an active role in the camps in the past and both the GAA and Kellogg’s are looking forward to another bumper year in 2018.GAA President John Horan said:”Our partnership with Kellogg’s has been a resounding success helping to take attendance figures at our Cúl Camps to unprecedented levels last year.“In seven years working together we have helped bring the Kellogg’s Cúl Camps into every home in the country boosting underage and youth participation which is one of our top priorities.“We are delighted with confirmation of the sponsorship extension and I look forward to seeing the camps continuing to go from strength to strength.”Kellogg’s has sponsored Cúl Camps since 2011, with this new deal representing an undisclosed seven-figure sum. The Cúl Camps partnership comes backed by extensive marketing and promotional support from the cereal giant, with the camps featuring on special packs of Kellogg’s Corn Flakes and Rice Krispies.Ruth Hughes, head of Kellogg’s in Ireland, said: “At Kellogg’s we are delighted to continue supporting GAA Cúl Camps and I am thrilled to see participation levels continue to rise. We support the GAA Cúl Camps because we passionately believe in getting kids out and active and, just like the GAA, we like to think Kellogg’s is at the heart of Irish communities.”Kellogg’s cereals have been available in Ireland since 1924. Today the cereal market in Ireland is worth €170 million annually, with Kellogg’s holding a 40 per cent share. The top selling Kellogg’s cereal in Ireland is Corn Flakes.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more