The Surrey Cricket Foundation received two Chance to Shine Awards 2021 on Thursday 25th November at Lord’s Cricket Ground.
With eight awards up for grabs, the Surrey Cricket foundation were delighted to have taken home the Street Coach of the Year and Project of the Year.
Street Coach of the Year
Mantrulaady Thushaarah was awarded Street Coach of the Year for his work leading our Sutton Street Project , through which he has played a key role in supporting the local community. He has been involved in the project for 4 years and always goes the extra mile for the kids attending the project.
Described as ‘inspirational, motivating, kind and respectful’ by children and parents alike, Thushaarah provides a great stepping stone for children to take their cricket further.
Check out his winner’s story here.
Project of the Year
Our Croydon Street Project was named Project of the Year for their fantastic work providing opportunities to be active in an area where these are lacking. The project brings together 140 young people each week and helps them to learn new skills and make friends.
This year a selection of the kids from this project went on a residential to Arundel, in partnership with the Arundel Cricket Foundation, which was a fantastic chance for team building and experiencing
new opportunities. The project has helped the kids to build confidence and friendships in an enthusiastic and engaging environment.
Check out the winner’s story here.