Prideview Group are delighted to announce their forthcoming event, The Prideview Cricketers Cup 2016.
Post Event Update
17 September 2016, Richa Verma
It was a gloriously warm and sunny day in July 2016 when Prideview held their popular annual cricket tournament in aid of charity. This year they were supporting One Kind Act. The format was simple, fun and inclusive – 12 teams, 6-a side cricket, 5 overs each but only 1 champion!
Nilesh and Pritesh from Prideview gave a humorous welcome speech for the day. Shamit, chairman of One Kind Act gave a well-received speech detailing where the money raised was going – to a blind school for the poor in Mumbai and to disabled, abandoned children in Tanzania.
As the players got competitive playing cricket, the children played on a bouncy castle and enjoyed ice lollies, women had fun in a special ladies bowl out game, the bar served free drinks all day, spectators cheered on their teams and hundreds of raffle tickets were sold. A huge delicious spread was laid out in the afternoon much to the delight of the hungry cricketers.
The day concluded with a successful auction taking the money raised to a staggering £18,000 plus.
Prideview and OKA had pulled off a successful, smoothly run and wonderfully fun day.
The Prideview Cricketers Cup is an annual charity cricket tournament, now in its 5th year, aimed at anyone interested or involved in commercial property. It will be taking place on Saturday 16th July at Merchant Taylors; School, Northwood with all proceeds donated to One Kind Act.
You can get involved by playing, sponsoring or buying raffle tickets, and spectators are welcome.
The format is simple, inclusive and fun: 12 teams, 6-a- side cricket, 5 overs each way and…… only 1 champion! It promises to be a fantastic day out with food, drinks and goody bags for all teams. For more information contact
Pritesh@prideviewproperties.co.uk (tel: 0203 113 2144)
or visit www.propertyinvestmentlondon.co.uk/2016/04/join-us-a
The proceeds of this event being used to support two projects in India and Tanzania.
About One Kind Act
One Kind Act Changes Communities and lives of others globally who suffer as a result of Poverty of Health, Nutrition and Education and may have Fallen Through The Net of the larger charities. Learn More here