Cricket Canada is pleased to announce its squad for the upcoming final round fixtures of the WCL Championship against Netherlands to be played at Maple Leaf CC in King City, ON from August 22nd - 25th, 2013:
International Cricket Council (ICC) Americas is seeking to employ the services of a person to work in an exciting role with its 16 member countries to build a ‘bigger, better global game’ across North and South America.
The ICC is the global governing body for cricket. Its Development Programme has specific strategic objectives aimed at the sustainable development and strengthening of the sport globally. The Americas regional office is based in Toronto, Canada and has a team of five that support the development of the game in 16 Associate and Affiliate members (AMs) in the region – Canada, USA, Bermuda, Suriname, Argentina, Cayman Islands, Bahamas, Belize, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Falkland Islands, Mexico, Panama, Peru and Turks & Caicos Islands.
The Regional Development Officer will work collaboratively with ICC Americas AMs with a specific focus on sustainable participation growth across the region and improving member governance and administration.
Providing expertise in the principles, strategies, planning and management of participation growth programmes.
Guidance in the implementation of development pathways/structures from junior involvement to junior playing.
Strategic assistance in the identification of the needs for, and sustainable delivery of, coach, umpire, scorer and administrator education systems
Developing local partnerships to ensure the sustainability and delivery of coach and umpire education of programmes.
Requirements for a successful candidate include:
Understanding of best practice sport development principles and ‘Sport for Development’
Understanding of good governance principles
Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills with an ability to present to groups and influence change
Strong experience and involvement with:
o Participation pathways at entry-level, junior, youth, adult and female levels
o High performance pathways and programs
o Education systems, e.g. coach, official and volunteer education.
Conditions of employment:
As part of the role some international and domestic travel will be required
Remuneration offered will be commensurate with qualifications and experiences
If you feel that you can meet the challenge, please email your CV and a cover letter explaining how you meet the job requirements to email@example.com by 5pm Friday August 30.
United Arab Emirates kept their unbeaten record on their tour to Canada intact, defeating the hosts by 72 runs in the first Twenty20 in Toronto.
Choosing to bat, UAE piled up 157 for 7, a total built around opener Mohammad Azam's 51-ball 70. Azam and Abdul Shakoor gave UAE a strong start, sharing a stand of 42. However, regular wickets in the latter half of the innings weakened UAE's chances of posting a bigger score. Swapnil Patil and Shaiman Anwar, who had been in good form coming into the match, fell for 11 and 13. UAE had another setback when Azam and Amjad Javed were out in consecutive deliveries to pacer Harvir Baidwan in the 17th over. Azam's 70 included nine fours and one six. Nasir Aziz and Ahmed Raza hit some quick runs towards the end to take the score past 150.
Shaiman Anwar's 103 from 109 balls ensured victory for UAE over Canada by 46 runs in the first of two World Cricket League fixtures at Maple Leaf CC this week.
The two teams will reacquaint on Thursday before moving to Toronto Cricket Skating and Curling Club for two CIBC International T20 fixtures on Saturday and Sunday.
Canada are through to the 2014 ICC u19 Cricket World Cup after a convincing win over Bermuda Saturday at Maple Leaf Cricket Club. The win ensured Canada's perfect 2-0 record and another ICC America's u19 title for the trophy case.
Batting first, Canada ammassed a total of 245-6 from 50 overs led by Arman Kapoor (64) and skipper Nitesh Kumar (35). In reply, Bermuda struggled to negotiate Nikil Dutta (3-19) as they reached their 50 overs at 154-8.
After a difficult few days at Maple Leaf CC, sopping up remnants of southern ontario's torrential rain fall, play is set to resume in the America's Regional U19 Qualifier.
A reduced format round robin will kick off today with Canada U19 taking on arch rivals US U19 starting at 10:30am.
Visit CricHQ for complete SCHEDULE and LIVE SCORECARDS during the tournament.
The CIBC National Cricket League All-Stars have defeated the Canada Selects by 70 runs to win the CIBC NCL All-Star Series by two matches to one.
Regretably, rain has called of play in the CIBC National Cricket League T20 All-Star Series for Friday. Check back for updates on a revised schedule Saturday that will include two matches starting at 11:00am and 3:30pm respectively.
Cricket Canada is pleased to announce the U19 squad to take part in the ICC U19 Regional Qualifier (July 8th - 13th) from Maple Leaf CC in King City, ON. Canada will be joined by the USA and Bermuda in a double round robin format. The winner will advance to the 2014 U19 Cricket World Cup in Dubai, UAE.