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USA Cricket announce zonal head coaches and managers for Men’s U-19 national tournament

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USA Cricket has recently announced their head coach and management assignments for the zonal teams to compete for the Men’s U-19 National Championships from April 4-11

Dallas area’s Unni Krishnan will coach the Colts, and former Guyana U-19 coach Huburn Evans will coach the East Zone. Level three coach and former Jamaica and USA cricketer Earl Daley will coach the Mid-Atlantic Zone.

MiLC’s Michigan Stars player coach Jonathan Dees will coach the Midwest Zone. TCL coach and USA Cricket Youth sub committee member Rohaan Gosala will coach the South Zone, and former Tamil Nadu first class cricketer Dhandapani Devarasin will coach the South West Zone. California-based Raghuram Boorada will coach the West Zone Blues.

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Finally, USA Men’s bowler and East Bay Blazer’s captain Rusty Theron will coach the West Zone Reds. 

USA Cricket also announced a change to the Midwest Squad for the tournament, with Shounak Majure replacing Taine Dry. 

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Nate Hays
Nate Hays
Fielding All Rounder, played a lot of baseball. Born in Maryland, lives in North Carolina, not from a ‘cricketing nation'...yet!

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