Prideview Group are delighted to announce their forthcoming event, The Prideview Cricketers' Cup 2018.
The 7th edition of The Prideview Cricketers’ Cup, commercial property’s biggest cricket tournament, will be taking place on Sunday 15th July at Merchant Taylors’ School in Northwood, Greater London.
The format is fun and friendly, with 8 teams of 6-a-side playing across 4 pitches – our biggest yet!
So, to get involved this year, you can set up a team and play.
Spectators are most welcome; anyone wishing to eat or drink during the day will be required to obtain a Refreshments Wristband through a donation of £15 (Players, pre-registered Fans of participating teams up to a max. of 10 per team and all children under 12 are excluded from this).
Please note that as the FIFA World Cup Final will be taking place at 4pm that day. The tournament will finish at 4pm and the Prideview team will be screening the Finals in the Merchant Taylors’ Bar, a new facility with adequate capacity that is located close to the cricket pitches.
Every penny of the money you donate will go to One Kind Act as it did last year. Last year, the event raised £21, 792 which was used to support 3 worthy Causes:
1) Project Chirag – the money raised was used towards providing electricity for an entire village - 2 solar lamps to each of 150 households in the rural village of Barmer
2) Educate for Life – the money raised was used towards supporting 16 Hunar Ghar students to study further at secondary schools and support the professional development of 27 teachers to teach at the school.
3) Able Trust – the money raised was used to support 10 girls at the orphanage for the year
To take part or to come and watch or to become a Sponsor/Well- wisher in the Tournament Programme, please contact Hina Patel at email@example.com or call 0203 113 2140.
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