BCB Free Pee Wee “Have-A-Go” Cricket

February 3, 2015

Registration for the free Tokio Millennium Re Pee Wee ‘Have-a-go’ Cricket Program for children ages 5 – 7 starts today [Feb 3], with the classes set to take place at Berkeley Institute Gym Saturday 28 February and runs every Saturday in March.

During the sessions, the players will be introduced to the basics of cricket with the main aim of having fun. Utilising the “Have-a-go” cricket equipment, coaches will work with the players on learning the basics skills of catching, bowling and batting with the aim of playing a game in the last session against the parents.


Mr. Lloyd Fray, President of the BCB stated, “On behalf of the BCB I am very pleased that the BCB’s popular Pee Wee Program will once again be offered free thanks to the continued support of Tokio Millennium Re who share our strong focus of bettering the lives of Bermuda’s youth through sports.

“The emphasis of “Have-a-go” Cricket is on participation and enjoyment. I was also encouraged to see so many of the parents taking part in the Parent’s Skills & Drills Lesson last year. I would like to encourage all our young Bermudians to register soon to ensure a space in this popular program!”

The sessions run as follows:

  • 5 Year Olds – 1.00 – 2.30pm
  • 6-7 Year Olds – 2.45 – 4.15pm

On March 14, the BCB is offering an additional session for the parents to learn fun skills and drills which they play with their children at home. On the last day parents and their children will participate in a parent/child game followed by a short prize presentation.


To register for this free program: please click for the Registration Form and return by fax [292 8959], email [info@cricket.bm] or deliver to the BCB office [Charities House, 25 Point Finger Road, Paget DV 04.] For more information please contact the BCB on 292 8958 or email info@cricket.bm

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  1. PBanks says:

    I’ll be signing up. Well done Tokio and the volunteer coaches for their contribution to youth sports.