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Sierra Leone Sports: Kent cricket boosts Correctional Centre with cricket equipment 

Kent Cricket Club of Sierra Leone on Wednesday 27 February 2019 has boosted the Correctional Centre with cricket equipment ahead of the female cricket league. Making the donation to some senior officers of the Correction Centre, the head coach and manager, Joseph Pessima, said they have decided to give some equipment to the department because they want the cricket game to grow. He said, “Your department is not the first that have benefited. “We have different partners in Australia and England that most of the time supports us with cricket equipment.” He said Correction Centre will receive three pairs of batting gloves, three pair bating pads, a helmet, 14 jerseys, a wicket keeping gloves and two bats. Sports Officer at the Correction Centre, ASP Elizabeth French, said they are happy for the equipment that will take them a long way and it will help the team to compete in the coming competition. Present during the presentation were Denis Harman, Human Resource Dept. and one of the Directors and the Public Relation Officer, Chief Superintendent Christian Sesay, all appreciated the gesture and they are looking forward for the relationship to grow. According to Emmanuel Pessima, the Australian-based philanthropist, Michael Pawley, donated cricket items including jerseys for all age levels, batting pads, bats gloves, sweaters, track-suites and other assorted equipment to the KCC board.


By Bernard Turay

Tel: 077579484/076829887

Thursday February 28, 2019.




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