Queentor's Story

Saturday, 21 January 2023 09:38

Queentor's Story

Queentor Abel discovered cricket aged 12, when CWB came to her primary school in Nakuru. She fell in love with the game, and worked hard to train and improve. Within two years she was playing for the Kenya U19 team, and soon joined the full national team, which she now captains.

Cricket has taken her to play for teams both at home and in Uganda, but more importantly, has helped to change the lives of her whole family.

About her cricketing journey, Queentor says:

“I had interest in the game because it would take me places, and with the money I was able to support my family with rent before getting our own land and helping my mother build the house. I was also able to pay my fees when I joined high school, and help pay my sister's fees.

Cricket has given me the chance to coach and inspire others, and working with CWB we can share the game in so many schools to give opportunities to kids to be the next generation of players and coaches.”

Volunteer with CWB to help us find the next Queentor and start their cricketing journey, while also using the sport as a platform for positive social change.

Our proposed dates for Autumn 2023 projects are as follows:

  • Rwanda - 23 Sept - 7 Oct
  • Uganda - 30 Sept - 14 Oct
  • Kenya - 30 Sept - 14 Oct
  • Nepal - Full for 2023 but Spring 2024 available

We are also looking for volunteers for our 2024 projects.

To apply online now please click here.


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