Barbados Royals Girls Cricket Club and Fairbreak Global Partner to Empower Girls in Cricket

The Barbados Royals Girls Cricket Club, dedicated to empowering young girls through cricket, announces a significant partnership with Fairbreak, a leading platform for women’s cricket advocating for equality and inclusivity in the sport.

The Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed between the two entities signifies a shared commitment to promoting physical fitness, developing cricketing skills, fostering teamwork, and empowering girls in a traditionally male-dominated sport. Through their initiatives, both organizations aim to instil confidence, leadership, and a sense of community among young girls in Barbados and beyond.

The collaboration outlined in the MOU focuses on expanding the Barbados Royals Girls Cricket Club’s concepts and cricket development programs throughout the Caribbean Region. By leveraging Fairbreak’s expertise and network, the partnership aims to drive meaningful change on a global scale, showcasing examples of empowerment and providing opportunities for women in cricket.

Roland Butcher, President of the Barbados Royals Girls Cricket Club, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership, stating, “This collaboration with Fairbreak marks a significant milestone in our efforts to empower young girls through cricket. Together, we are committed to breaking down barriers and creating opportunities for girls to excel in the sport.”

Cheryll Rogers, CEO of Fairbreak , commented, “We are thrilled to partner with the Barbados Royals Girls Cricket Club to further our shared mission of promoting equality and inclusivity in cricket. Through this collaboration, we aim to inspire and empower the next generation of female cricketers in Barbados and beyond.”

The partnership between the Barbados Royals Girls Cricket Club and Fairbreak, represents a significant step towards fostering a more inclusive and diverse cricketing community, empowering girls to pursue their passion for the sport and realize their full potential.


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