Posted: Friday, May 3, 2019. 11:48 am CST.
By BBN Staff: The Belize National Cricket Association (BNCA) announces that in conjunction with Belize Rural North Area Representative, Edmond Castro, Minister of Sports, Patrick Faber, and the National Sports Council, it has organized a motorcade for today, Friday, May 3.
The motorcade will be held to honor the Belize National Cricket Team and celebrate their recent accomplishment of winning Gold in the 2019 Central American Championship Tournament that was held in Mexico.
The motorcade starts in Bermudian Landing at 12:30 pm.
The route of the motorcade is as follows: Bermudian Landing Community Center to Double Head Cabbage Primary School; the Primary Schools in Burrell Boom (Roman Catholic and Methodist); on to the Primary Schools in Sand Hill (Roman Catholic and Pancotto Methodist); to Primary Schools in Ladyville (Roman Catholic Primary and Evangelical Primary); Phillip Goldson Highway into Belize City, over Belcan Bridge, on to Central American Boulevard; Mahogany Street; Western Avenue; George Price Highway back to Central American Boulevard; Faber’s Road into Caesar Ridge Road; over Yabra Bridge; along East Collet Canal; Mex Avenue into Amara Avenue; Orange Street into Albert Street; around St John’s Anglican Cathedral into Regent Street; over Swing Bridge; Queen Street; Daly Street; Craig Street; Barrack Road on to Freetown Road; exiting Belize City via Phillip Goldson Highway, into Burrell Boom Road and back to Double Head Cabbage in Belize River Valley.
The public is invited to come out and show their love and respect for our National Cricket Team that has made Belize proud.
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