I FEEL LIKE A KING IN NIGERIA – PART TWO
Mr Ingram Jones is a Black British Born Role Model originally from Trinidad. He has lived in Nigeria for over a year and is currently the Lagos Head Coach for Cricket. In this inspirational interview he talks about his jouney and his experiences living in Nigeria and the importance of creating legacies
Greetings! My name is Ingram Jones. It is a pleasure to share this wonderful opportunity to build stronger cricketing communities. Cricket is a magnetic sport which attracts people of different walks of life who would not normally be able to access the chance to play among diverse communities. Cricket encourages a healthier lifestyle. Young people can have fun while engaging in progressive and dynamic activities. Cricket is a sport that has proven to decrease destructive and anti-social behavior, as well as promote healthy social interaction and behavior. Overall, Cricket is a great sport which encourages team work and fantastic preparation for entering into the workforce. This is the reason why I have been dedicated to this sport for over 25 years. My experience plus track record of success, and being named a 2011 National Community Champion has been covered by local, national and international media.
I strongly believe that sports provides a fantastic opportunity for local communities and teams world-wide, producing more champions not only on the cricket field, but in the community during the day-to-day journey of life. Let’s connect and discover creative ways to work together to expand the sphere of influence with respect to cricket, as well as open additional opportunities for young people.
I look forward to working with you to create a brighter future for cricket globally.
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