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Cricket Peru attends ICC Americas Development Forum in Costa Rica

  Posted on: May 22nd, 2011

2011 ICC AMERICAS REGION
Development Forum
May 14th & 15th-San Jose, Costa Rica
A G E N D A
Day 1 May 14th, 2011
08.30 AM Introduction of Delegates RDM
OPENING REMARKS Martin Vieira
Welcome Remarks
Costa Rica Cricket Federation Richard Illingworth
ICC GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT Tim Anderson
WICB David Cameron
09.30 AM Minutes of 2010 Development Forum RDM
09.45 AM Presentation: ICC Development Strategy 2011-2015 Tim Anderson
10.30 AM Morning Coffee Break All
10.45 AM
Reports: Development Committee Theo Cuffy/Grant Dugmore
Affiliates Rep. Matt Featherstone
Women’s Committee Josina Luke
CEO/Planning Committee Neil Speight
Americas Region Annual Report RDM
12.00 Noon Communications andWebsite RPO Kelly Hunter
Event wall calendar
Development Awards
12.30 PM Lunch All
Page 2/ Americas Regional Forum 2011
1.30 PM Reporting MSCO Aaron Collins
Data Research in Review AC / MV
Membership Criteria AC/ MV
2.30 PM Presentation: RegionalWomen’s Report Ann Browne-John
2.45 PM ICC Americas HP Camp Report Andy Pick/ W. Coppin
3.15 PM Afternoon Coffee Break All
3.30 PM Regional Financial Review RDM
 2010 Review
 Country Funding Summary
 2011 Budget and Projections
 Direct Funding – Grants Procedure
4.30 PM Wrap up / Review Day 1.
Programme Day 2
7.30 PM Dinner and Presentations of Development Awards
Day 2/ Development Forum 2011
9.00 AM TOURNAMNETS RDM
Events: Review of 2010/11 Regional Tournaments
“The Good”- International exposure- Hype back home
“The Bad” – Increasing Costs
“The Ugly”- Standard of play and Performances
Discussion- Formats , Pathway to the World
Paperwork -EligibilityWorkshop Kelly Hunter
10.15 Morning Coffee Break All
Page 3/ Americas Regional Forum 2011
10.30 AM High Performance Session Andy Pick
“Pathways the organized way to success”
“Americas Regional Teams on the World Stage’
11.00 AM Workshop The way forward
Group 1 ( Argentina, Bahamas, Bermuda, Cayman, Canada, Suriname, Panama and USA)
Group 2 ( Brazil ,Belize, Costa Rica, Chile,Falkland Islands, Mexico, Peru and Turks & Caicos)
11.30 AM Affiliates Rep. Appointment Affiliates
11.45 AM Suriname’s Application for Associate Membership RDM/ R.Narine
12.00 Noon Report on ICC Americas Officials Panel RDO-W. Coppin
12.30 PM Lunch All
1.30 PM “The Standardization of Educational Training Courses” RDO
Open discussions and questions
2.30 PM Afternoon Coffee Break All
2.45 PM Member’s Open Forum All
Opportunity for members to discuss and field questions to
ICC staff and other members
3.30 PM Bids for 2012 Forum RDM/RPO
2012 Events Planning/Planning
Any other Business
Review and Wrap Up
Reality Check
4.00 PM Adjournment
Garden Reception and Refreshments

The Secretary of Cricket Peru, Miles Buesst, was proud to attend the recent, annual ICC Americas Development Forum, held over three days at the Hotel Bougainvillea in San Jose, Costa Rica. It was a chance to celebrate some of the many achievements made in developing cricket in Peru over the past year, with the cricketing movers and shakers of the region – which included two participants each from ICC headquarters in Dubai and the West Indies Cricket Board, the staff of the ICC Americas office in Toronto, as well as a representative from each of  the ICC Member nations in the Americas region (numbering 16 in total, although Cuba was unable to attend for political reasons). It was also an opportunity to share information and strategies across two continents, which share a number of challenges, despite a clear diversity.

The social highlight of the weekend was an Awards Dinner on Saturday night, at which the 2010 Development Awards were presented to the winners, and long-serving Bermudan Cricket Board member, Reginald Pearman, was honoured for his services to cricket in Bermuda, prior to his retirement.

Nonetheless, the message of the Forum was that, despite major advances being made in nearly all areas, much still remains to be done if the Americas region is going to catch up with the other regions in the ICC, in terms of participation and playing standards.

ICC AMERICAS REGION

Development Forum

May 14th & 15th, 2011 – San Jose, Costa Rica

A G E N D A

Day 1: Sat, May 14th, 2011

08.30 AM: Introduction of Delegates & Opening Remarks: Martin Vieira (Regional Development Manager)

Welcome Remarks: Richard Illingworth (Costa Rica Cricket Federation)

ICC GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT Tim Anderson (ICC Development Programs Manager)

West Indies Cricket Board: David Cameron

09.30 AM: Minutes of 2010 Development Forum: Martin Vieira

09.45 AM: Presentation: ICC Development Strategy 2011-2015: Tim Anderson

10.30 AM: Morning Coffee Break: All

10.45 AM: Reports: Development Committee: Theo Cuffy/Grant Dugmore

Affiliates Rep: Matt Featherstone

Women’s Committee: Josina Luke (West Indies Cricket Board)

CEO/Planning Committee: Neil Speight

Americas Region Annual Report: Martin Vieira

12.00 Noon: Communications and Website:  Kelly Hunter (ICC Americas RPO)

Event wall calendar

Development Awards

12.30 PM: Lunch All

1.30 PM: Reporting: Aaron Collins (ICC Americas MS Compliance Officer)

Data Research in Review AC / MV

Membership Criteria AC/ MV

2.30 PM: Presentation: RegionalWomen’s Report: Ann Browne-John (ICC Americas Women’s Coordinator)

2.45 PM: ICC Americas High Performance Camp Report: Andy Pick (ICC Americas Regional Performance Officer)

3.15 PM: Afternoon Coffee Break

3.30 PM: Regional Financial Review: Martin Vieira

2010 Review

Country Funding Summary

2011 Budget and Projections

Direct Funding – Grants Procedure

4.30 PM: Wrap up / Review Day 1.

Programme for Day 2

7.30 PM Dinner and Presentations of Development Awards

Day 2: Sun, May 15th

9.00 AM: TOURNAMENTS: Martin Vieira

Events: Review of 2010/11 Regional Tournaments

“The Good”- International exposure- Hype back home

“The Bad” – Increasing Costs

“The Ugly”- Standard of play and Performances

Discussion- Formats , Pathway to the World

Paperwork -Eligibility Workshop: Kelly Hunter

10.15 AM: Morning Coffee Break: All

10.30 AM: High Performance Session: Andy Pick

“Pathways – the organized way to success”

“Americas Regional Teams on the World Stage’

11.00 AM Workshop: The way forward

Group 1 ( Argentina, Bahamas, Bermuda, Cayman, Canada, Suriname, Panama and USA)

Group 2 ( Brazil ,Belize, Costa Rica, Chile,Falkland Islands, Mexico, Peru and Turks & Caicos)

11.30 AM: Affiliates Rep. Appointment: Affiliates

11.45 AM: Suriname’s Application for Associate Membership: Marting Vieira/ R.Narine (Suriname Cricket Board)

12.00 Noon: Report on ICC Americas Officials Panel: Wendell Coppin (Regional Development Officer)

12.30 PM: Lunch

1.30 PM: “The Standardization of Educational Training Courses”: Wendell Coppin

Open discussions and questions

2.30 PM: Afternoon Coffee Break

2.45 PM: Member’s Open Forum: All

Opportunity for members to discuss and field questions to ICC staff and other members

3.30 PM: Bids for 2012 Forum

2012 Events Planning/Planning

Any other Business

Review and Wrap Up

Reality Check

4.00 PM: Adjournment