Premier dons Cup Match colours for charity
The Premier sported St George’s and Somerset ribbons as part of a charity’s Cup Match pinning tradition.
David Burt wore both clubs’ ribbons, which were designed to raise cash for Family Centre, at Cabinet Office.
Martha Dismont, the executive director of Family Centre, was joined by Jordan DeSilva, the Somerset captain, and Neil Paynter, the St George’s Cricket Club president, for the event.
Mr Burt said: “I want to thank all of the volunteers and staff at Family Centre for their hard work and wish them a Happy Cup Match.”
James King (1938-2019)
Move to enforce ‘one boat, one mooring’ rule
Call for infrastructure blueprint
Out of politics, Nandi shifts to business
Join in the discussion on independence
Aloe Aloe, new drink is going down well
Police association to hold emergency meeting
Take Our Poll
- "What is the most significant reason for Bermuda residents choosing to leave the island?"
- Too small
- Different way of life
- Cost of living
- Gang activity and general crime
- Jobs/professional advancement
- Attitudes towards gays
- Total Votes: 5235
- Poll Archive