Twenty20 Fever Comes to Chapeltown!

The Caribbean Cricket Club brings the spirit of Twenty20 Cricket to Leeds with it inaugural Caribbean Cricket Soca Festival Twenty20 Cricket Tournament and Family Fun Day to be held at the Caribbean Cricket Club, this  Scott Hall Road, LS7, this Sunday 3rd July.

The competition will bring six Caribbean teams from around the UK to Leeds to compete for the trophy in a carnival atmosphere. The tournament will revive the spirit of cricket in the area and bring together the different communities to celebrate the excitement of the newest form of the game.

The influence of the Caribbean will be present both on and off the field. Whilst the big hitters will be demonstrating the West Indian style of play on the Park, the influence of the Caribbean will be evident in the hospitality tent with a range of Caribbean fayre and the all day bar will keep the rum flowing.

Whilst the bouncers are being hurled down in the middle, the younger fans will be able to entertain themselves on the jumbo bouncy castle. The less energetic can engage in traditional board games of dominoes, cards and checkers whilst keeping an eye on the cricket!

“We are really excited about the tournament”, said Harwood Williams, Chair of the Caribbean Cricket Club. “It will bring together so many elements of our community both here in Leeds and across the country.”

For further information visit www.caribbeancricketclubleeds.co.uk

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