Best Caribbean kids on their way

Walkers is supporting the 2010
Caribbean Junior Squash Championships which will be held in Cayman next

The Junior Caribbean Squash
Championships is the pinnacle of the Caribbean junior squash calendar, with around
150 juniors from eight nations competing.

Cayman has had three Caribbean
Junior Champions in the past three years, and hopes to extend that great
record. The tournament runs at the South Sound Squash Club from 10-15 July. The
first three days will be the individual championships with boys and girls
competing in Under 13, Under 15, Under 17 and Under 19 age groups. The last
three days will be the team championships, with Guyana the overwhelming team
favourites, having won the past five years.

Cayman’s Cameron Stafford will be
defending his junior Caribbean title and is confident he can retain it.

“This tournament is the biggest
event in the region and we’re very excited to be hosts,” said Janet Sairsingh,
president of the Cayman Islands National Squash Association. “We are very
grateful for Walkers’ support of this event and we’re confident the Walkers
2010 Caribbean Junior Squash Championships will be an incredible event.”

“Walkers are delighted to support
the Cayman Islands National Squash Association and the 2010 Caribbean Junior
Squash Championships,” said David Byrne, chief marketing officer. “Sport can
have an extremely positive impact on the lives of young people and we have been
very impressed with the great work that the CINSA have done with the youth in
our community.”

Cayman hosted the Senior Caribbean
Championships in 2009 and it was unanimously voted the best Caribbean event
ever. CINSA is confident that with the support of valuable companies like Walkers,
they are able to pull off an event that is just as successful.

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