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It has been nearly two and a half years since I started cricket development in Lima, Peru. A lot of people ask me, “How on earth did you get that gig?”, with an incredulous look on their face. To be honest, I sometimes forget that this whole journey started off with
The view of Chamochumbi Stadium, Magdalena on May 28th. Cricket Peru‘s first – and certainly not last – female Development Volunteer, Samantha Hickman, has continued to play a vital role in the growth of the junior game in Lima, since her arrival in January. Here is her latest report from
Samantha Hickman arrived in Lima from Australia in January this year, in order to assist Cricket Peru‘s Development Officer, Steve Hallet, with the Development Programme. A keen cricketer, Sam has been playing in the National T20 Championship, as well as coaching junior cricket in various locations around Lima. Here is
Vicuñas fast bowler, Jade Rodriguez Solomon, has been invited to represent Peru at the Atlanta Women’s 5th Annual T20 Tournament – a first for women’s cricket in Peru. Rodriguez will be part of the ‘CanAm United’ team for the event, which takes place in Atlanta, Georgia, from 23 to 25
Steve Hallett overseas a training session at Medalla Milagrosa Primary School (photo: Tom Mortimer) Cricket Peru is proud to have extended their youth development program to the Augusto Pérez Araníbar Orphanage and Medalla Milagrosa School in Magdalena del Mar, Lima. Cricket Peru’s Head of Development, Steve Hallett, headed up a