The Renegades Rugby Football Club and the Royal Bermuda Regiment will be holding a golf fundraiser for Private Ndavyah Williams, who was seriously injured whilst manning a Covid-19 checkpoint.
A spokesperson said, “Private Williams, of the Royal Bermuda Regiment, was involved in a serious, life-threatening incident whilst manning a COVID-19 checkpoint earlier this year.
“He remains in hospital in Boston where he continues to receive treatment and undergo regular operations for his injuries. During his rehabilitation, Ndavyah and his family are likely to incur a lot of additional expenses and ongoing costs beyond his normal medical bills.
“Private Williams’ friends in the Bermuda rugby community and his colleagues at the Royal Bermuda Regiment have organized a golf fundraising event at Turtle Hill Golf Club on Saturday September 12th.
“All funds raised will go towards supporting Private Williams as he bravely battles his way back to full health.
- Venue: Turtle Hill Golf Club, Southampton Princess
- Date: Saturday September 12th
- Tee Times: 8 a.m. shotgun and 1:30 p.m. shotgun
- Format: 4 ball captain’s choice
- Entry: $500 per team, includes cart
- Sponsorship: $1000 to sponsor a hole [includes team entry]
“There will be a hole in 1 competition, with a chance to win a Chevy Spark, kindly sponsored by Rayclan Limited. There will be lots of other prizes up for grabs on the day too.
“For more details, and to sign-up a team, please contact any member of Renegades RFC or visit the Renegades RFC Facebook page. If golf is not your thing, or for some reason you cannot make it on the day, there is also a dedicated crowd-funding page at the link.
“Please help him out in any way that you can. No donation is too small.”