Fun in the sun at 32nd Calypso Cricket Festival

The 32nd Sporting Chance Calypso Cricket Festival was held at Sunrise Beach in Muizenberg with more than 500 children from various communities taking part in the fun.

Ashley Kamunda,10, from Masiphumelele, was among the scores of youngsters from across the city who took part in the Sporting Chance Calypso Cricket Festival at Sunrise Beach. Picture: Brenton Geach
Nazeer Hendriks, 10, from 0cean View, goes for the big hit, during the Sporting Chance Calypso Cricket Festival at Sunrise Beach. Picture: Brenton Geach
Kaylin Klein, 9, from Ocean View, during her bowling spell at the Sporting Chance Calypso Cricket Festival at Sunrise Beach. Picture: Brenton Geach
Ocean View’s Nazeer Hendriks, 10, hits a six during his turn in front of the wickets at the Sporting Chance Calypso Cricket Festival at Sunrise Beach. Picture: Brenton Geach
Rene Naylor, Springbok physiotherapist, chats to girls from Langa and Khayelitsha during the Sporting Chance Calypso Cricket Festival at Sunrise Beach, Muizenberg. Picture: Brenton Geach
Neily Daniels, 8, from Khayelitsha, can hardly contain her delight as she scores a run during the Sporting Chance Calypso Cricket Festival at Sunrise Beach, Muizenberg. Picture: Brenton Geach
More than 500 children from under-resourced communities took part in the 32nd Sporting Chance Calypso Cricket Festival at Sunrise Beach. Picture: Brenton Geach