The Nigeria Cricket Federation(NCF) will hold a Cricket Administration and Programme(CAP) training | (2010-01-26 )
The Nigeria Cricket Federation(NCF) will hold a Cricket Administration and programme (CAP) training for the northern states at the Bayelsa State Guest House in Abuja on Friday January 29, 2010.
The CAP training is a technical education programme to arm cricket administrators including state and local clubs administrators the wherewithal to run the game either at the state or their club levels.
Nigeria’s CAP Representative, Okon Ukpong who also doubles as the NCF’s Technical Committee Chairman will facilitate the programme alongside Roland Ilube, a former Nigerian international.
The states covered by the training are Kaduna, Kebbi, Niger, Sokoto, Kwara, Kano, Borno, Adamawa and FCT.
States and Club administrators already registered for the programme include Gideon Gajere and Dahiru Enesi(Crocodiles Club, Kaduna), Danasabe Umaru and Mohammed Ibrahim(Kebbi State), Bako Damaji and Oluba Ezekiel(Kwara State), Musa Danladi and Mohammed Dikwa(Kano State), Isaiah George and Manir Hamza Anka(Sokoto State), Yusuf Garba(Niger State), Bello Mohammed (Borno State) and Michael Egiethua(Cricket Club of Abuja).
The Secretaries of States cricket associations of Kaduna, Niger , Kano and FCT are also expected to attend the programme.
The programme is one of the technical education courses required to be run in the NCF’s calendar in alignment with ICC-Africa’s direction.
A similar programme will be run for the Southern States and Clubs at a date to be announced later.