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National Junior Athlete Sponsorship Award - Terryne Fray



The BCB is extremely pleased to announce that Terryne Fray has been awarded a National Junior Athlete Sponsorship Award to attend Gary Palmer's Cricket Academy, Oxford, UK in June of this year. Terryne is currently Captain of the National U19s and a National Senior Team player who plays for Bailey's Bay Cricket Club.


Whilst at the Cricket Academy, Terryne will have the opportunity to work closely with Gary Palmer and Steve Sylvester, a well known sports psychologist. The Academy's aim is to give players the best quality coaching from leading experts in the game including the opportunity to be coached within match situations. The Academy combines world-class psychology with world-class technical coaching in a practical way, which makes a huge difference in how players perform under pressure and how they deal with stress. The Coaching methods and techniques of the Academy have proved very successful in enhancing performance of players and educating coaches with the techniques used by world-class players.


Mr. Reginald Pearman, President of the BCB stated, "On behalf of the Board I would like to congratulate Terryne on winning a National Junior Elite Sponsorship Award. Terryn is a talented player and an exceptional role model who I know will make the most of this opportunity. I am also pleased to announce that Terryne has been given a conditional place at the University of Cardiff, Wales  - one of the University Centres of Cricketing Excellence (UCCE), where we hope he will follow in the footsteps of Stephen Outerbridge, Jekon Edness and Stefan Kelly. I would also like to take this time to thank the Department of Youth, Sports and Recreation for their continued support of our talented players and Montpelier Re Foundation who sponsor the U19 National Team Programme."


At only nineteen years of age Terryne is a talented cricketer who has numerous accomplishments:


- 2005 Winner of Denton Hurdle Award
- Bermuda National U19 National Team Captain
- Scored 119 at the ICC U19 Americas World Cup Qualifier (2007) Bermuda v Argentina
- MVP at the ICC U19 Americas World Cup Qualifier (2007) Bermuda v Argentina
- Scored 146 not out in club game (2008) U19 v Somerset Bridge @ White Hill Field
- Scored 100 in first Cup Match Trial U19 v Somerset @ Somerset Cricket Club
- 2nd Highest Individual score in World Cup Qualifier - 2007 -  (119)
- 3rd Highest Average in World Cup Qualifier 2009 - 41.27av
- Represented Bermuda in the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup in Malaysia 2008
- Captained Bermuda U19's to Sir Garfield Sobers Tournament
- Debut for Bermuda National Team Summer 2009 - Bermuda v Uganda
- Opening Batsman for the Bermuda National Team
- Opening Batsman for Club Team, Bailey's Bay Cricket Club, Summer 2009
- Bermuda Cricket Board 2009 Youth Player of the year

- Outstanding Teen Award for Sports from Teen Services 2010



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