Cup Match captains do battle again
Cup Match captains Jordan DeSilva and Macai Simmons will try their hand at netball when they play on opposing teams in tonight’s first Celebrity Exhibition match at the Bermuda College gym.
DeSilva will play for the Parish Ballers while Simmons will turn out for the Gombey Warriors. An impressive list of celebrities — politicians, DJs, and athletes — are included on both teams, setting the stage for an entertaining match starting at 7pm.
Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for children and seniors, with proceeds going towards the national programme. There will be a half-time shoot-out contest.
Gombey Warriors Anthony Mouchette, Crystal Caesar, Dominique Mayho, Ed Christopher, Jamela Daniels, Macai Simmons, Nikai Albuoy, Nikki Bascome, Ninja Cutty, Patrina Paynter, Nick Kempe, Akeyla Furbert, Ebonie Cox, Renee Ming, Steven Douglas.
Parish Ballers Bakari Smith, Debbie Deshields, Debre Evans, Earl Basden, Garon Wilkinson, Jah Simmons, Jahtuere Trott, Jason Darrell, Jason Hayward, Jordan Desilva, Kyle Lightbourne, Lionel Cann, Mark Wade, Nandi Outerbridge, Nikita Robinson, Patricia Gordon-Pamplin.
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