What a day at Ol Pejeta Conservancy, the Last Male Stands Rhino tournament kicked off today and many teams competed, the aim of the tournament is to increase awareness to the plight of Sudan, the last Male left of the Nothern White Rhino.
The tournament semi-finals and finals will take place tomorrow, We tried our best in our two games today but unfortunately we lost.
We really appreciate All the supporters. (Photos; by Ol Pajeta and MCW)
Some of the Maasai Cricket Warriors team members pose for a photo next to Sudan, the last male northern white rhino in the world, after hosting a charity cricket tournament (the Last Male Standing Rhino Cup) at Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Nanyuki, Kenya, 14 June 2015. The internationally recognized Maasai Cricket Warriors team famed for using the sport to raise awareness on HIV/AIDS and women’s issues while acting as role models in the community, partnered with the Australian High Commission and the British Army Training Unit in Kenya (BATUK) to organize a charity cricket tournament to create awareness on the fight against poaching. EPA/DANIEL IRUNGU
Only when the last white rhino
has died and the last black rhino has been killed and the last rhino horn has been sold will we realize we cannot eat money.
The Last Male Standing Rhino Tournament 2016 ended today today at Ol Pejeta Conservancy, thank you to the organizers and supporters for this meaningful event to raise awareness towards the extinction of Sudan, the last Male of the Northern White Rhino.
Spread the word and kindly spare some money for this cause, in the contribution link below,