Cricket

Afghanistan call on ex-SA cricketer

2014-11-19 11:42
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Cape Town - Former South African cricketer Ryan Maron has been appointed as fielding coach for the Afghanistan national team.

According to the Khaama Press website, the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) said Maron will join the team during their tour of United Arab Emirates to coach and train the fielders.

He is also expected to accompany the team on their tour of the West Indies, the ACB said.

Maron is a qualified Cricket South Africa Level III coach and has coached in the United Kingdom, Netherlands, and Denmark.

Maron is the founder of the Cricket School of Excellence which has been successfully running for the past 14 years, coaching aspiring young cricketers of all ages in South Africa.

The Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) Chief Executive Officer Dr. Noor Mohammad Murad welcomed the appointment of Maron.

Murad said the ACB is hopeful that the appointment of Maron will further help the Afghan team to develop their fielding skills.

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