BCB cancels Pee Wee Clinic
The Bermuda Cricket Board has cancelled both the Pee Wee Clinic and the Easter “Action Cricket Camp” for this season because of the Covid-19 outbreak.
In a statement released yesterday, the BCB said “the health and safety of our athletes of our athletes, staff and parents ultimately comes first”.
“As there have been two confirmed cases of the virus, the BCB like many other organisations will remain vigilant, doing our best to keep each other and the island safe.
“These annual programmes are looked forward to by youth cricketers on island, thus making it a difficult decision to cancel them.”
The BCB said the national team’s weekly training sessions in preparation for upcoming tours have also been postponed.
“The BCB office will be closed but will continue its operations remotely, keeping in close contact with our member clubs, sponsors and the ICC — sharing any updates or new developments,” the statement continued.
“We are encouraging all clubs and players to still meet deadlines for league registration and club transfers by submitting electronic copies of forms [located under ‘forms’ on cricket.bm] as soon as possible.
For any information or concerns contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 292-8958.
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