Cricket Development Manager – Club Cricket Conference 2012 to date.
Developed affiliation of 10 South Asian Cricket Leagues in South East and the CCC.
Advisory work with ECB since 2012.
National Cricket Conference supporting partner.
Introduced South Asian Cricketing Communities to Counties around the UK.
Working group member of South Asian Cricketing Community Engagement committees at Essex, Middlesex and Surrey.
Set up the African Caribbean Cricket Association
ECB Level 2 Coach.
Asian Cricket Awards – Associate Partnership with CCC.
Junior Cricket Manager at Watford Town CC.
Vice Chairman of Hertfordshire Coaches Association.
District youth cricket coach.
Chairman Welsh Asians Cricket Club.
Level 1 coach since 2008.
Level 2 coach since 2012.
Secretary of South East Wales Cricket league.
BAME consultant to Glamorgan and Cricket Wales.
Former member of board for Cricket Wales and former Treasurer for Cardiff Midweek Cricket League.
ECB level 1 &2 since 2006.
Head Coach 2014-2015 Leicester Electricity Sports Club City Focus Club.
Lead Coach Youth Club Crown Hills Cricket Club Leicester.
Member Sussex Cricket Strategy Group.
Inclusion Officer Sussex Cricket Foundations.
Ambassador Sussex Cricket Foundation.
Executive committee West Sussex Invitation Cricket League.
ECB level 1 & 2 since 2009 Club Coach 2011.
Head Coach 2008-2012 Serendib CCC.
Head Coach 2012- 2015 Crawley Eagles CC.
National ECB NatWest OSCA’s winner Building Partnership 2013.
Asian Cricket awards Grass roots Award Winner 2015.
Director of Cricket Crawley Eagles CC.
Director of Cricket Capital kids cricket (June 2008 to date).
Chairman, London Tigers Cricket.
Current works are running schools, clubs, community cricket, competitions, mentoring coaches and inclusion programs across London. Running holiday camps in varies locations in London, run 3 residential training programs with about 200 kids from across London. Running cricket programs in 4 hospital schools in London. Managing selected chance to shine and street chance programs. Managing about 25 coaches in varies program. Actively running 3 clubs.
Initiated London international 6’s since 2010.
T20 Asia Blaze in 2015.
Middlesex Community Cricket league.
ECB level 3 since 2001.
ECB tutor & assessor since 2009.
ECB senior award since 1998.
ECB Coaching award since 1996.
National Coach of Bangladesh Cricket Board 2001 till November 2006.
National Coach of Malaysia December 2006 till April 2008.
Involved in 2 ICC Under 19 cricket World Cup 2004 for Bangladesh and 2008 for Malaysia.
Job shared with Middlesex cricket board as east London development manager 2013-14.
Cricket delivery partner with Essex Cricket Board to date.
Asian Cricket Awards – Grassroots Awards winner 2016.
-Director of Powerplay Sports Association.
-Level 2 coach since 1999. Member of ECB CA.
-Level 1 umpire since 2010.member of ECB ACO.
-Head Groundsman at Karmand CC.
-Head groundsman at Bradford Park Avenue working with cricket Yorkshire, YCB GA .
-Cricket chairman at Undercliffe CC in Bradford premier league. 2010-2014.
– Director of cricket at Karmand CC – 2010 – to date.
ECB Level 2 Coach.
Lancs CB Asian Talent Search & Team Manchester Coach.
Member of Lancs CB MEC Forum.
Member of Ribble Valley District Cricket Dev Group for 15 years.
Founder and Chair of Clitheroe Cobras CC for 15 Years.(1998-2013)
Founder of Ribble Valley Raiders CC (2014).
Providing FOC cricket coaching opportunities for children aged 4-16.
Primary school teacher (23 years)with a P. E. Degree.
-YCB Coach Education Committee member.
-ECB Coach Educator
-ECB Coach (Level 1 2000, Level 2 2010, Club Coach 2012)
-Coached YCB pathways (2012-2015)
-Coached YCB BME Centres (2001 to present)
-Chance2 Shine Street (since 2010).
“Cricket has provided me with great fun and an opportunity to make friends especially with people from many diverse backgrounds. I believe sport and in particular cricket has this unifying power and the through coaching and the opportunity to be involved in cricketing family we can empower, release potential and make a real difference to the society we live in.”
North Somerset Cricket League (NSCL) committee member runnning Sunday League.
Manage NSCL accounts and their treasury too.
Trustee member of Bristol Muslim Cultural Society (BMCS) which guided me to currently work on Wicketz programme initiated by Lord Taverners in Bristol to bring various communities (including Muslims and South Asians) together who were unable to play cricket due to unavailability of resources like facilitie, coaching, etc. Project is mainly targeted to youth and individuals with disabilities. This project is running in line with Gloucestershire Cricket Board.
Founder member of Bristolian Knights CC.
Working with Wicketz project in establishing Bristolian Knights CC youth team and working closely with the South Asian Cricketing Community youth.
BSC Honours 2003
Director of cricket Aston on Trent CC “Derbyshire premier league/County cricket league and head Groundsman 2008-2015
Head Groundsman and head of youth development Derby Congs cricket club from 2015 to date.
Local Leagues cricket League co-ordinator for Sunday’s and Wednesday leagues.
Member of South Asian Cricket group in Birmingham.
Pratap Odedra (BSC Hons).
ECB level 1 since 2006.
ECB Level 2 Jan 2016.
Founder and Head Coach Maher Stars cricket Club since 1999.
Youth development coach for Rowletts Hills Cricket Club Leicester 2011-2014.
Chairman of LCCDO (Leicester City Cricket Development Organisation).
Sole Asian representative member for L&RCL (Leicestershire and Rutland cricket League).
VPCCL League Secretary 2009-2015.
VPCCL league Committee member Since 2005.
Player Manager of Tawheed CC 1999-2015.
Former League Treasurer of Club Cricketers (Middlesex) league 2000-2005.
Founder member of Bethnal Green Indoor Cricket league 1999 – 2005.
Member of Tower Hamlets Parks Consultation Committee 2012.
Currently chair of the Lancashire MEC cricket forum.
Previous chair of Preston CC.
ECB level 2 cricket coach.
Coordinate community cricket programmes in Preston and support the LCB in the implementation of the Chance to Shine Street programme in Preston.