Players from all over the country participated and spent valuable time practicing in the presence of various coaches, mentors, and senior men's team captain Davy Jacobs! Our young guns are getting ready for the Americas qualifier to be held this summer. The 2020 ICC u19 World Cup limited-overs cricket tournament is scheduled to be held in South Africa in January and February 2020. 



Cricket Canada announces the team for the ICC Women's Qualifiers Americas 2019. The matches in the tournament will be played as Women's Twenty20 Internationals (WT20Is), with the top team progressing to both the 2019 ICC Women's World Twenty20 Qualifier and the 2020 Women's Cricket World Cup Qualifier tournaments. The qualifier will be played as a best of three matches, with the fixtures being played in Lauderhill, Florida. Following is the team representing Canada.

Mahwish Khan (Captain)
Achini Perera
Amanjit Virk
Chuntell Martin
Habeeba Bader
Hala Azmat
Hiba Shamshad
Kainat Qazi
Kamna Mirchandani
Maliha Baig
Mahrukh Imtiaz
Miryam Khokhar
Monali Patel
Saniyah Zia

Rupert Stephenson - Coach
Durriya Shabbir - Manager

The schedule for the matches is as below:

May 17th 11:00 AM Canada vs USA
May 18th 11:00 AM Canada vs USA
May 19th 11:00 AM Canada vs USA



Date of meeting: May 25, 26 2019


Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Corporation shall be held on May 25-26 2019, at the following location:

  • Hotel Birks Montreal 
  • 1240 rue du Square Phillips, Montreal, Quebec H3B 3H4

The meeting will be conducted in accordance with the procedures set out in the most up-to-date version of the by-laws which can be found on the website at the following: 

Constitution and By-laws

Air Travel 

Cricket Canada will reimburse the flight for one RESIDENT delegate (up to a maximum set out in the schedule) from each destination.      


Cricket Canada has negotiated and arranged one room per Resident delegate from each province at:

Hotel Birks Montreal located at 1240 rue du Square Phillips, Montreal, Quebec H3B 3H4. Check in will be May 24 2019. Check out date is May 26 2019. Cricket Canada will pay for the room rental charges only. Delegates are responsible for any extra charged incurred by them. Food and beverages will be provided by Cricket Canada at the AGM during the meeting hours.  

Rooms will be reserved in the delegates name by Cricket Canada. 


You are requested to submit your Annual/Provincial reports to the Secretary and a copy to all Directors, no later than May 11, 2019 in order to allow reasonable time for preparation for the meeting.  

REQUEST MUST BE STRICTLY ADHERED TO.   Late submissions will not be distributed. 


Provinces to be represented by an alternate delegate must provide the information of their alternate delegate on a Provincial letterhead signed by the President/Secretary and should reach the General Secretary of Cricket Canada seven (7) days prior to the start of the meeting.

Voting Privileges:

Any member which wishes to cast or claim rights to more than one vote shall submit a written statement duly signed by the Secretary of the member organisation of the number of teams that have played more than 8 games in the year 2018 as per section 1.2 of the by-laws and the definition of the team described in Section 9 This statement is due 7 days prior to the AGM   


The By-Laws necessitate a nomination and election process; a separate document titled "Election/Nomination process" outlining the procedures, and "Application/Nomination Form" (Word Format) can be accessed from the link.


The agenda and further details of the meeting are outlined on the document titled "AGM Agenda", and forms part of this notice.

Should you have any questions on matters related to the planning and execution of this AGM, please contact Ingleton Liburd, Cricket Canada’s General Manager. 

Direct phone: 647 835 9597  Email:

Amanda Pooran

Cricket Canada
Phone (647) 883-9325




Cricket Canada team delivered yet another solid performance against the Sri Lankan Army in the fourth practice match at Panagoda Army ground. Hiral Patel displayed good all-round skills with his patient knock of 71 (144 Balls) at the top order and strong bowling performance earlier by taking 4 wickets.

While middle order failed and most got out in single digit scores, Srimantha & Nikhil made runs in the end to take Canada to Victory chasing 177 for loss of 7 wickets.

Quality bowling performances earlier were showcased by our bowlers led by Hiral, Varun, Sukhdeep and Harsh Thaker restricting opposition for 177.

Cricket Canada won the match with 3 wickets against some very good Sri Lankan players in the opposition including Prasanna, Srilankan leg spinner, who has played 48 ODIs, 20 T20 matches and 1 test for Srilanka’s National Team. He was accompanied by 4 spinners one of whom was the highest wicket taker in last years first class season in Sri Lanka.

Team is on a winning mode and would want to continue this momentum in the future matches. Tomorrow is  much needed rest day to help team recover.


It was another good practice match for the batsman of Cricket Canada Senior Men’s squad, currently training in Sri Lanka, as they managed to score a massive 311 runs at the loss of only 3 wickets against Old Dharmapaliyan Team.
Nitish (123) and Bhavindu (105) both getting vital centuries were the key contributors to the overall score, leading Canada to a strong total.
Canada’s opening bowlers started well bowling 7 overs and taking a wicket in that short spell, before rain arrived and play was not possible, resulting in a washout. Only two bowlers getting a chance to bowl Mark Monfort and Dilon Heyliger as if not for rain would have been great practice for our bowlers to defend a large total. The match was played at the Army Ground in Dobagoda, Srilanka. 
Cricket Canada Senior Men’s squad under the guidance of coach Monty Desai seem to be improving each day in their performance. The vision is clear of not just winning the ICC WCL Div. 2 Qualifiers but to continue its pathway to become one of the strongest teams within the  Associates world.


After the recent announcement on appointment of Monty Desai as the head coach of Cricket Canada here is coach’s statement.

“I would like to open by thanking the board and management of Cricket Canada for appointing me to the prestigious and demanding position of Head Coach. It is truly an honor to work with an organization that has shown such strong faith in my experience and abilities. There is an excitement to begin this journey where so much is at stake as six countries will be participating in the ICC World Cricket League, Division II Tournament, in Namibia next month.

It has been thrilling to spend these last few days in Sri Lanka with a combination of seasoned players with whom I have previously engaged after having gained additional experience myself. At the same time, the new faces to this game, are equally good, and bring their own unique value to the team. It is evident that we are working with a wide range of skills, and along with the wealth of experience brought by our Captain, Davy Jacobs; it is easy to be very optimistic at the onset of this journey.

That said, we are already into very specific preparation where we have identified roles for individual players to assess their execution of skills under a litany of scenarios. Having played two practice games against formidable sides from Sri Lanka, we have seen firsthand the preliminary outcomes of some reasonably good performances with bat and ball, which is allowing us to better solidify our game-plan moving forward. Nevertheless, we continue to explore few strategies including creating opportunities for each and every player in the squad.

For now, the plan will be to find the right combination early through these practice games we are playing in Sri Lanka. Time and again, I find myself emphasizing wherever I go, that as a team, our focus is to continuously repeat best practices without being overly concerned about the circumstances and consequences. And those best practices, from my perspective, are to plan and prepare well before every game!

About Cricket Canada

Cricket Canada is the national governing body of Cricket in Canada and a member of International Cricket Council (ICC), Sports Canada & Canadian Olympic Committee. Formerly named Canadian Cricket Association (CCA), the organisation was established in 1892 and has ten provincial boards operating in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec and Saskatchewan.

Cricket Canada’s mission is to govern, develop and promote cricket across all regions of Canada with the aim of achieving the vision of Canada being a leading cricket nation through growing popularity, building a sustainable organization, and achieving international success.