The Canadian Women’s team under the guidance of national coach George Codrington will be conducting a 3 day camp in Toronto over the Victoria Day long weekend on May 18,19,20. The Camp will bring together 16 players from the national squad:
Cricket Canada Examinations Notice
Saturday, April 27, 2013
Police station, 23 Division, 5230 Finch Avenue West, Toronto
Register by e-mail or telephone before the date above stating the level of examination that you wish to sit. See below for the only method of registration. Persons who fail to register may not be allowed to sit the examination.
Candidates for the Intermediate Umpire, Qualified Umpire, and Qualified Scorer certificates must bring their own calculators for Last Hour calculations and also bring D/L sheets and resource tables. Cell phones are not allowed in the room.
Candidates may only attempt more than one Cricket Canada umpiring examination and more than one Cricket Canada scoring examination in any calendar year (Jan. 1 to Dec. 31) if they are successful in the first examination.
Provisional Umpire examination (Level 1). Start time 9:00 a.m.
Candidates must demonstrate a reasonably good knowledge of the current MCC Laws (Part A) and the basic ICC Standard Playing Conditions (Part B) for limited overs matches. To increase the chance of success in this examination, candidates are very strongly advised to study both "Tom Smith's New Cricket Umpiring and Scoring" current version ISBN 978-0-297-86641-1 and the current (October 2012) ICC rules for limited overs matches. This qualification normally expires after five seasons. The examination lasts for one hour. Minimum age 12 years.* Pass mark 70% in Part A and 70% in part B. Fee: $10.
Intermediate Umpire examination (Level 2). Start time 10:00 a.m.
Candidates must demonstrate a very good knowledge of the MCC Laws (Part A) and the ICC Standard Playing Conditions for limited overs matches including the manual Duckworth/Lewis method (Part B).Candidates must pass both Part A and Part B. The examination lasts for two-and-a-half hours. Pass mark 75%. Fee: $12.
Qualified Umpire (Level 3). Start time 10:00 a.m.
Candidates must demonstrate an excellent knowledge of the MCC Laws (Part A) including LBW and the ICC Standard Playing Conditions for limited overs matches including the Duckworth/Lewis method (Part B).The examination lasts for three hours. Some answers to the questions require detailed explanations. Candidates must pass both Parts A and B and the LBW questions. Cricket Canada Qualified Umpires are capable of standing in any cricket match up to the national level. Pass mark 80%. Fee: $12. This qualification requires successful on-field assessments by umpires appointed by CricketCanada.
Provisional Scorer examination. Start time 9:00 a.m.
Minimum age 12 years.* Candidates must demonstrate a reasonably good knowledge of the current MCC Laws and the ICC Standard Playing Conditions for limited overs matches as they concern scorers. . To increase the chance of success in this examination, candidates are strongly advised to studyboth “Tom Smith’s New Cricket Umpiring and Scoring,” current version ISBN 978-0-297-86641-1 and the current (October 2012) ICC rules for limited overs matches. This qualification normally expires after five seasons. Pass mark 70%. Fee: $10.
Qualified Scorer examination. Start time 10:00 a.m.
Candidates must demonstrate an excellent knowledge of the MCC Laws and Test match playing conditions (Part A) and the ICC Standard Playing Conditions for limited overs matches, including the manual Duckworth/Lewis method and bonus point calculation (Part B), as they concern scorers. A score sheet is provided for Part C. The examination lasts for three hours. Candidates are expected to pass Parts A, B and C. This qualification normally expires after five seasons. Pass mark 80%. Fee: $12.
*Assignments are subject to the local league’s playing conditions
Kantilal (Ken) Patel
Umpire Coordinator and Chairman Umpire Certification
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Cricket Canada made huge strides in governance, and progress across the board as its AGM concluded in Halifax over the weekend. In the most sweeping changes ever put forward in the organizations history, the Provincial Directors have agreed to change the organizations board and governance structure as well as make changes to selection and other positions.
Changes will begin to take place over the next 12-16 months as the organization goes through the process.
Vimal Hardat, Mohamed Shaikh, and Amit Joshi were all returned to their VP positons while Charles Pais returns as Treasurer.
More to follow...
Cricket Canada is saddened to announce the passing of Milton Thomas Wilson. Wilson was a pillar in the cricket community in the 1940’s and 1950’s a member and captain of Grace Church Cricket Club and executive of the T&DCA. He was instrumental in acquiring financing and developing Maple Leaf Cricket Club which serves as one of Canada's two ODI grounds.
Milton passed away at age 90 in Toronto on March 22, 2013
Hiral Patel's heroics with the bat and ball couldn't save Canada from a four-wicket defeat against Kenya in the Intercontinental Cup. Patel struck a doughty 93 on the fourth day, scoring more than half of his side's second innings total, as the other batsmen fell to Nehemiah Odhiambo's pace. Canada folded for 175, leaving Kenya a target of 128 for victory.
Some late hitting from Ragheb Aga and three wickets each from Collins Obuya and Elijah Oteino helped Kenya win the second T20 against Canada in Dubai and share the series 1-1. Having scored 139 after electing to bat, Kenya dismissed Canada for 118 with seven balls to spare.
The top five Kenya batsmen reached double-figures but couldn't score more than 20 as they lost wickets regularly and were 76 for 5, primarily due to two wickets from left-arm spinner Hiral Patel. Rakep Patel and Aga then put on 57 off 37 for the sixth wicket which helped them reach 139.
Canada got some much needed confidence ahead of Monday's match against the Kenya with a spirited draw against Ireland that concluded Saturday. The agreement between the two sides was to bat 90 overs each day and Canada after winning the toss on Friday put the Irish into bat. Rayan Pathan introduced himself to Irish cricket with 4-56 and was joined by fellow youngster Nikil Dutta (4-51) in giving the top ranked associate side all they could handle. Ireland were bowled out for 145 with only former England international Ed Joyce reaching a half century. The Irish would eventually finish the day effectively 240-12.
On Saturday Canada got their turn and it was Hiral Patel (63) leading the way as he put on 52 runs with Ruvindu Gunasekera for the opening stand and Canada were on their way. With some needed contributions from the middle order Canada made 225-10 before heading back in. Raza ur-Rehman (56*), who missed out in the first innings got some much needed time at the crease. In the end Canada would make 295 from their 90 overs and carry some much needed confidence and a bit of swagger into Monday's meeting with Kenya.
03.07.13 :: LOGIE REFLECTS ON UAE WIN
03.06.13 :: CANADA EDGE UAE IN 50 OVER WARM-UP
03.01.13 :: RYANN KHAN PATHAN REPLACES JEREMY GORDON DUE TO PERSONAL REASONS
02.19.13 :: CRICKET CANADA ANNOUNCES WCL & ICUP TOUR SQUAD
02.15.13 :: CANADA SET FOR KENYA CLASH
ICC is seeking to appoint a Finance Data Officer - Americas.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) is the global governing body for cricket. The Pepsi ICC Development Programme is tasked with building a bigger, better global game by assisting the 96 Associate and Affiliate Members (AMs) to grow and improve the standard of cricket within their territories. The Development Programme has specific strategic objectives aimed at the sustainable development and strengthening of the sport globally.
The Americas is one of five regional offices within the Pepsi ICC Development Programme. The Americas regional office is based in Toronto, Canada and has a small team that supports the development of the game in the region's 17 AMs.
- to manage the ICC's investment into the Development Programme through the implementation of the ICC Development Funding Policy and ongoing monitoring of compliance against ICC Membership Criteria
- to oversee the annual collection of data from members to accurately assess performance, analyze trends and highlight opportunities and issues
- to provide governance and administration expertise to the Americas regional team, in particular member planning and budgeting and regional conferences
- to manage Americas finances including A/P and A/R and quarterly financial reporting to ICC head office
Requirements for a successful candidate:
- outstanding communication and interpersonal skills at all levels
- ability to work with stakeholders from different backgrounds across cultural and national identities
- a Bachelor's degree in a relevant area (accounting, finance, business, sport management)
- experience in accounting software packages
- able to analyze financial information
- report writing and presentation of data
- energy and passion required to inspire others to perform
- independence and a self-starter attitude
Conditions of Employment:
- the position is based in Toronto, Canada
- the position reports to the ICC Finance & Data Manager who is based in Dubai, but also works closely with the ICC Americas Regional Development Manager
- as part of the role some international and domestic travel will be required
- preference will be given to candidates based in Canada
- remuneration offered will be commensurate with qualifications and experiences
If you feel that you can meet the challenge, please mail your CV and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org. A full job description is available on request.
The closing date for applications is March 15, 2013. Due to the overwhelming number of high-quality applicants expected, only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Cricket Canada is pleased to announce dates for the 2013 installement of the National Cricket League. In its second year, Canada's premier domestic tournament will commence Sunday June 23rd with a 5 day 50 over round robin tournament and followed by a 3 day T20 tournament culminating with the T20 final on Canada Day, July 1st.
In honour of recently departed and legendary Canadian cricket administrators, the 50 over and T20 competitions have been named the Jack Kyle Trophy and Clifford Cox Trophy respectively.
All matches will take place at Maple Leaf Cricket Club in King City, ON.
Jack Kyle Trophy (50 Over)
Sunday June 23rd
Eastern Fury vs Western Stallions
Central Sheild vs Prairie Fire
Monday June 24th
Eastern Fury vs Prairie Fire
Western Stallions vs Pacific Edge
Tuesday June 25th
Western Stallions vs Central Shield
Pacific Edge vs Eastern Fury
Wednesday June 26th
Prairie Fire vs Pacific Edge
Eastern Fury vs Central Shield
Thursday June 27th
Western Stallions vs Prairie Fire
Central Shield vs Pacific Edge
All 50 over matches commence at 11:00am.
Clifford Cox Trophy (20 Over)
Saturday June 29th
Eastern Fury vs Prairie Fire (11:00am)
Western Stallions vs Pacific Edge (11:00am)
Western Stallions vs Central Shield (3:00pm)
Eastern Fury vs Pacific Edge (3:00pm)
Sunday June 30th
Prairie Fire vs Pacific Edge (11:00am)
Eastern Fury vs Central Shield (11:00am)
Western Stallions vs Prairie Fire (3:00pm)
Central Sheild vs Pacific Edge (3:00pm)
Monday July 1st
Eastern Fury vs Western Stallions (11:00am)
Central Sheild vs Prairie Fire (11:00am)
The CRICKET CANADA Annual General Meeting for the year ended December 31, 2012 will be held March 23-24, 2013 at The Westin Nova Scotian hotel in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Special room rates are available to all delegates; make your reservation by clicking on https://www.starwoodmeeting.com/StarGroupsWeb/res?id=1301289665&key=1A8FE
Delegate reports are to be submitted to the Secretary at email@example.com no later than Friday, March 15, 2013.
Nominations for the following positions and awards are invited; applications should be forwarded to the Secretary at the above email address no later than Friday, March 22, 2013. Nominations will not be accepted from the floor.
- 1st Vice President
- 3rd Vice President
- Chair of Selectors (Women)
- Selectors (Women)
- Stanley Wells
- Jack Kyle
- Lewis Gunn
- Donald King
For further information regarding this meeting, please contact the Office Manager, Marcia Barrett, at firstname.lastname@example.org