REGIONAL MANAGERS NAMED.
CE is pleased to announce the appointment of the following Regional Development Managers.
ALMERIA- TIM VOLLENS
BARCELONA- KHALID SHABAZ
LANZAROTE- JACK TALBOT
MALAGA- SHRARD FERNANDO
MADRID- IRSHAN KHAN
SEVILLA- ABHAY KRISHNA
These roles are aimed at facilitating the development of cricket at both club and national level. It is also hoped that with the assistance of Regional Development Managers, clubs across Spain will be able to more easily access information about cricket being played outside of their area, share best practice policies and apply for attendence to training opportunities for players, coaches, scorers and umpires alike. Ultimately, Cricket Espana is hopeful that these roles will bring an elemnet of unification throughout clubs across the country and further enhance the growth of cricket in Spain.
PURPOSE OF THE ROLE
1-To promote and develop the game of cricket at all levels and in all situations, especially at regional level.
2-To work closely with the directorate of cricket, and the Junior and Senior coaches of Spain in developing and implementing a Regional Development plan for local clubs.
3-To inform and update the CE Directorate of local club activity within the region, thus ensuring the targets within the plan are realistic and achievable, and with regular reviews.
4-To mediate information between CE and local clubs by ensuring local clubs receive information on national initiatives and programmes.
1-To assist CE in the development and bi-annual review of a regional development plan, in particular working closely with the CE Director of Cricket, Director of Women’s Cricket and Director of Junior Cricket respectively.
2-To meet and report to the CE Directorate on a quarterly basis, and occaisionally attend national,regional and local events throughout the year.
3-To assist local clubs with the implementation of the Regional Development plan and improve marketing, promotion and publicity of local clubs within the region.
4-To provide support to, and assess the needs of local clubs, putting forward recommendations for further training opportunities and funding assistance, where appropriate.
5-To network with other Regional Development Managers to share best practise and work towards the ‘cross-regional’ playing of cricket.
6-To work closely with local clubs in a scouting capacity with an aim to enhance the growth of Junior, Senior and Women’s squads for national representation.
Congratulations go out to all the RGM’s on their appointments.