SDC Wray & Nephew T20 Cricket Semis Starts This Weekend

SDC/ Wray and Nephew National Community T20 Cricket Competition gets into high gear and is now at the National Super-8 phase and will see patrons at every match across the Island having a chance at winning instant cash prizes.

Semifinal matches for the competition which began in May 2019 will begin on Sunday, August 11, 2019, at the Ultimate Sports Club in and is scheduled to end on Sunday, August 25, 2019, with the finals held at the Noranda Port Rhoades Sports Club in Discovery Bay, St. Ann.

The T20 sponsor is committed to bringing the vibes, fun and entertainment of community cricket to each and every player, match-goer and fan. Cricket fans will win $6000 dollars for catching a ‘six’ that makes it to the cricket stands, there are six opportunities for catching monetized sixes at every featured match.

Players will also have an opportunity to cash in and receive instant cash prizes, this as each batsman will win a $10,000-dollar cash prize for every ball that hits the inflated Wray and Nephew White Over proof Rum Bottle, which will be placed at select locations.

Wray and Nephew’s mandate for fun and enjoyment for patrons attending Super 8 matches also includes Curry Goat deals, Wray Rum mix-deals, Music buses at all locations and giveaways of must-have items for the ideal cricket match, including thunder sticks, vuvuzelas and t-shirts.

Brand Manager of Wray and Nephew White Over proof Rum, Pavel Smith underscores the brand’s commitment to ensuring communities across Jamaica benefit from each game.

‘Wray and Nephew’s partnership with the SDC reaffirms our commitment to Jamaican community development through being a source of fun and unity island-wide. We love projects that allow groups of people to build strong and lasting relationships in a positive manner,’ Smith said.

The brand has invested over 42 million Jamaican dollars into the 2019 staging of the SDC-Wray and Nephew Community Cricket T20 competition, as the competition’s first title sponsors.

Juliane Robinson

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