Corporate slashers get their chance to thrash it out

Corporate Cayman and sports in general go hand in hand and it is no different with cricket.

Cricket’s survival depends on the generosity of the many sponsors for the programmes on the Cayman Islands Cricket Association Strategic Plan whether it is for the youths, women or seniors.

The cricket association celebrates the companies’ involvement in many ways issuing press releases, carrying articles on their website or generally informing their members and supporters through weekly emails.

This Saturday 24 November will start another method as the Cricket Association Corporate 6-A-Side bowls off at 9.30am at the Smith Road Oval. This will be an annual affair of cricket excitement, fun and games.

LIME, PWC AND ESSO regular sponsors of youth programmes are set to go head to head with other companies.

Bragging rights will go to the winners but most of all the enjoyment of employees and friends displaying their cricketing prowess. It promises to be another fantastic day in the CICA calendar of events.

Also, the youthful Cayman Islands team comes up against the experience Jamaican team which promises to be a close battle in this year’s Challenge Trophy T20 tournament.

Having won this event last year Jamaica are out for a repeat. The Cayman Islands team is making its first appearance in this final. The stage is set for excitement from the first to the last ball. Could anyone guess the total at the end of the 1st innings? The winner will walk away with a LIME sponsored cell phone.

The final begins at 2.30pm but before that World Stars will take on India for the third position. Action starts at 11.00am. There will be eats and drinks available.

Technical director Theo Cuffy said: “Come out people and support your local Indian Premier League equivalent, the Challenge Trophy. Only missing will be the dancing girls! Okay, next year, right?”

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