CRICKET WALES AREA CRICKET MANAGERS APPOINTED

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Following a successful recruitment process conducted by senior Staff and representatives from the Cricket Wales Board, the North Wales Cricket League, the South East Wales Cricket League and the South Wales Cricket Association, Cricket Wales is pleased to announce that Keri Chahal has been appointed Area Cricket Manager for South West Wales and Sue Wells has been appointed Area Cricket Manager for North Wales. Second interviews will be held in the South East Wales area during week commencing 4th July.

Keri Chahal is a former First Eleven Captain, Chairman and Junior Co-ordinator of Swansea Cricket Club and is also currently the Cricket Wales Community Coach for Swansea and South Carmarthenshire. Prior to working within cricket Keri was the Business Development Manager and Senior Project Manager ICT Solutions within Crown House Technologies, and has vast experience of project and change management which he has applied successfully in many of his cricket roles.

Sue Wells is joining Cricket Wales from the Merseyside Sports Partnership where she has gained significant experience in co-ordinating the work of many different voluntary sporting organisations in her role as Sport and Physical Activity Officer (Children and Young People). She is also a former Women and Girls Development Officer and Social Inclusion Officer within the Suffolk Football Association.

Cricket Wales Chief Executive Officer Peter Hybart stated: ‘I am delighted that Cricket Wales has recruited two such talented individuals in Keri and Sue who bring with them a great depth and breadth of development experience. We look forward to them joining the Cricket Wales team to guide and support the voluntary cricket network as we seek to grow and broaden the appeal of our game. In the coming weeks we look forward to completing the recruitment of an Area Cricket Manager for South East Wales and to working with current staff regarding future opportunities within Welsh cricket.

I would like to thank representatives from the Cricket Wales Board, the North Wales Cricket League, the South East Wales Cricket League and the South Wales Cricket Association for the important role they have played in the recruitment process to date’

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