Saturday, November 14, 2009

Cricket Without Boundaries to double visits to Kenya

Cricket Without Boundaries group has arrived from U.K.. After arrival, they first camped at Kericho Teachers Training College where they gave training to an 82 strong new Teacher Group!

On Thursday they moved to Nakuru Teachers Traning college in Sagana, where they gave basic training to 55 new Teachers!

Training the teachers means that the skills they learn will then be able to be passed on to hundreds of children at local schools further spreading the game and the awareness of AIDS prevention.

More good news is that rather then coming once a year as they have done in the past, they will now come twice a year with the next camp already Scheduled for April 2010. Hopefully this great initiative will also team up with the project at Laikipia as both could surely benefit from the other.

Friday saw the first day of level nought, one and two training at RVSC and a special mention should be. An especial mention should be made of Melvins School who encouraged both the boys and girls to take part in big numbers in the above categories of training.

Great to see this initiative gaining strength with every year and every visit. Hopefully RVCA will be publishing some photos of the coaching sessions soon!

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