- USA Cricket announce an additional 6 Volunteer Youth Coordinators from across the country.
- These 6 are in addition to an earlier group of 7 added in mid 2021.
- The 33 Volunteer Youth Coordinators will help and support the implementation of the USA Cricket Entry Level Program and Zonal age-group tournaments in 2022.
USA Cricket is pleased to announce today the names of an additional six Volunteer Youth Coordinators who will help to drive the next phase of growth and development in youth cricket across the United States.
The individuals appointed are as follows:
|Gani Ganisshan||Rocky Hill||Connecticut|
|Anoop Krishna||Bay Area||California|
The following 7 individuals were also appointed in the first half of 2021, bringing the total number of Volunteer Youth Coordinators currently to 33.
|Dyon Ravello||Kearny||New Jersey|
|Shantha Suraweera||Orange County||California|
The 33 Volunteer Youth Coordinators are spread across 25 cities in 15 states that cover all six zones of USA Cricket, and they will play an important role in working to help encourage more boys and girls to play cricket in their respective schools and communities through localized programs and initiatives.
For 2022 their roles will be focused on the roll-out of the National Entry Level Program and zonal age-group pathway tournaments.
“The ongoing work of our Volunteer Youth Coordinators has been hugely beneficial for USA Cricket to be able to achieve our key strategic objectives as laid out in the Foundational Plan. I would like to thank all existing and newly appointed members for their commitment to developing youth cricket in this country, especially during the difficult times we’ve experienced over the last two years. The enthusiasm levels bode very well for the future and we look forward to working constructively with all youth cricket and initiatives as the year goes on.” said Venu Pisike, the Chairman of the USA Cricket Development Committee.