Naomi Dattani joins our team as a Street Child United Ambassador

Posted on the 2nd July 2019

We are delighted to announce that Naomi Dattani is joining our team as a Street Child United Ambassador.

The Middlesex captain, who will also play for Western Storm in this year’s KSL, starred in our All-Star game at the Street Child Cricket World Cup 2019 Finals at Lord’s Cricket Ground, smashing three sixes whilst leading her team to victory!

Naomi said: “I was thrilled to be invited to support Street Child Cricket World Cup and see how Street Child United support some of the most vulnerable young people in the world.

“Street Child United provides such an amazing opportunity and platform for street-connected young people around the world to talk about what support they need – basic human rights like protection from violence, an education and a legal identity.

“I hope that I can help Street Child United’s campaign to push for positive changes to be implemented worldwide and I look forward to supporting the build up to the next Street Child Cricket World Cup in India in 2023.”

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