To ensure that talent from top Associate member countries are identified and given appropriate platform to perform consistently in International Cricket, the recently held ICC High Performance programme workshop held in Madrid has put forward the plans to introduce the High Performance plan for 2019-2023.
The plan will be made country specific to allow Cricket Boards of Scotland, Netherlands, UAE, Canada, Namibia, PNG and Hong Kong make focus-based initiatives to improve on-field performances for their players. The plans will be supported and reviewed by International Cricket Council (ICC).
Great week in Madrid with the @ICC high performance program and @WAoSport @RichardDone @WillGlenwright working through HP strategies for @CricketNamibia1 @ccricketcanada @CricketScotland @Irelandcricket @CricketHongKong @CricketUAE @CricketPNG @KNCBcricket visting @OlympicCh_es pic.twitter.com/hLNrNRMGH9
— Marc Portus (@PraxisSport) September 27, 2018
The programme is currently open to members who are part of World Cricket League Championship and WCL Division 2. The workshops will be held annually at different venues. Sixteen representatives including Chief Executives, Performance Directors and National Coaches from Canada, Hong Kong, Namibia, Netherlands, PNG, Scotland, UAE and Ireland travelled to the workshop.
Great few days with targeted Associate Members in Madrid to develop their high performance structures & plans & learn from the best. We’re looking to improve our high performance assistance to Members. Thx @Irelandcricket for their input
— William Glenwright (@WillGlenwright) September 27, 2018