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There is all to play for as the Street Child Cricket World Cup 2023 moves towards its conclusion. Group standings and knockout fixtures were confirmed ahead of tomorrow’s Finals Day, while preparations took place ahead of the General Assembly.
We interviewed Violah, a volunteer working in Congress. We find out about her first experience of a Street Child World Cup and what it’s like to leave your home country for the first time.
Teams focused on finessing their voices, before letting off some serious steam on a splash-filled trip in the afternoon.
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The second round of fixtures of the Street Child Cricket World Cup 2023 has seen the tournament explode into life, with all three groups beginning to form their shape as teams target qualification for Saturday’s finals day.
We interviewed Hank, a Cricket Volunteer at the 2023 Street Child Cricket World Cup in Chennai, India, to find out more about his role at the event and why he is so passionate about the game.
Teams continued working towards declarations for the General Assembly, while an exchange of wristbands demonstrated growing trust and unity.
For the first time, all the teams were present at the Amir Mahal Palace, Chennai, where they were welcomed by guests – including Latha Rajinikanth(the wife of Tamil cinema superstar Rajinikanth) – supporters, and all those who have helped put on the festival that is the Street Child Cricket World Cup 2023.
The young people enjoyed their first day of the arts programme, and all 19 teams were together for the first time at the evening’s ‘Late Show’.
We interviewed Maisy, an Arts Volunteer at the 2023 Street Child Cricket World Cup in Chennai, India, to find out more about her role at the event and why the arts programme is just as important as the cricket.
In an explosion of colour and energy, the Street Child Cricket World Cup is underway following the Opening Ceremony and tournament draw held in the Concert Hall at Lady Andal School.
19 teams from 13 countries cross the boundary to Chennai, India to a warm welcome from the Street Child United volunteers.
The first teams have arrived in Chennai for the Street Child Cricket World Cup 2023, welcomed by a rapture of applause from volunteers and staff as they entered their hotel.