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Andrew is guest specialist coach annually at the Karnataka Institute of Cricket, Bangalore summer camp since 2013. During April and May of each year he assists with the education of students, coaches and parents at Bangalore and Mysore. Develops programs and workshops in education subjects for cricket that involve preparation, emotional intelligence, game sense, nutrition and health. He has played a leading and supportive role in the development of women's cricket through working with coaching staff (Karuna Jain, Vanitha VR, Preethi Balasubramaniyam and Likhitha Vilveetil Girish) through practical methods on skills and preparation.

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Elena Norman


Hockey India

Elena has been working as the Chief Executive Officer of the Indian national hockey federation since over eight years. She came to India over a decade ago and has had a vision for the development of sports irrespective of gender and economic background. She has stood tall against many challenges and has worked hard to make Hockey India one of the countries most professionally run national sports federations. Under her leadership the federation has hosted several internaional prestigious events raising global standards, including the recently concluded Odisha Mens Hockey World Cup in December 2018.

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Melanie Jones


Australian Cricketer

Melanie Jones is a former Australian Cricketer who played in a dominating era of cricket. This included winning two World
Cups, two Ashes series and many world series while juggling a teaching career and cricket development initiatives in Australia, South Africa and England. However, it has been her devotion to the game post career that has seen Mel transform her leadership. In 2015 after becoming one of the four first-ever female commentators to be included in the Indian Premier League (IPL), the world’s most attended and watched cricket league, Mel moved into sports commentary full-time. Continuing to break down barriers, Mel’s inclusion into the men’s and women’s Big Bash broadcasting team, led her to become the first female cricket lead in the T20 format in Australia. 


Sathish Rajendran

Founder & President

Brisbane Super Kings Cricket Club Inc

He is the founder/president of Brisbane Super Kings Cricket Club Inc., started in 2011 and it is the only Multicultural Cricket Club Inc in Queensland. He has been appointed as the "Sports for all community Ambassador" 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 by Cricket Australia to look after the Multicultural Wing for Queensland Cricket.
70% of our players is from Indian origin.

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