Abhay Sharma appointed Cricket Cranes Head Coach

The wait is lastly over for the Cricket followers because the Uganda Cricket Affiliation (UCA) has appointed Abhay Sharma as the brand new Cricket Cranes Head Coach forward of the upcoming ICC T20 Cricket World Cup 

Sharma replaces Lawrence Mahatlane after placing pen to paper on a 3 12 months working contract and his instant job shall be to organize the Cricket Cranes staff for the upcoming ICC T20 Cricket World Cup in West Indies and the USA from 4th – thirtieth June.

With Mahatlane departing in October as a result of his contract expiry, Jackson Ogwang took over on an interim foundation and he shall be retained because the assistant coach to Sharma as they put together for the world cup.

The 54 year-old Sharma has huge expertise in teaching cricket as he holds a degree III Indian Teaching Certificates equal to degree IV England Certificates.

 “I’m very grateful to UCA for this chance to work with a bunch of proficient nationwide cricketers. That is now my second residence having been in Uganda for the previous two days. I’m wanting ahead to this job forward and I promise I’ll do my greatest to see staff Uganda progress.” Mentioned Abhay Sharma after his unveiling.

Abhay Sharma the brand new Cricket Cranes Head Coach

Sharma has beforehand served because the fielding coach for India A and the India U19 sides as Effectively as being the pinnacle coach for the India ladies’s cricket staff.

Talking about Sharma’s appointment, the Uganda Cricket Affiliation CEO John Walusimbi highlighted in regards to the choice course of which had about 13 coaches from Africa and the world over.

“Now we have chosen Sharma as the person appropriate for the Cricket Cranes teaching function and we really feel he be of extra worth to Ugandan Cricket. Sharma was chosen from 13 coaches who have been within the job after the departure of Mahatlane.” Mentioned John Walusimbi the CEO Uganda Cricket Affiliation.

Sharma will instantly assume his duties as he prepares the Cricket Cranes for the upcoming ICC T20 Cricket World Cup.

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