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Japan Men’s National Squad 2020 Announced

  • 2020-04-20
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Sora Ichiki

The selection committee for the Japan Men’s Squad has today confirmed the 20 players below as part of the official training squad for 2020.

The group includes new faces in Neel Date and Sora Ichiki who have been promoted from the National Academy Squad after excelling for the Under 19 team during the Under 19 World Cup.

Musashi Yamamoto, the former professional baseballer, is also included for the first time after a successful winter playing cricket in Brisbane, Australia.

 

 

 

Japan Men’s National Squad 2020

  • Neel Date (Chiba Sharks Cricket Club)
  • Kendel Fleming (Chiba Sharks Cricket Club)
  • Sora Ichiki (Akishima Aviators Cricket Club)
  • Shogo Kimura (Wyverns Cricket Club)
  • Masaomi Kobayashi (MAX Cricket Club)
  • Kohei Kubota (Keio University Cricket Club)
  • Akira Kuribayashi (Ryukoku University Cricket Club)
  • Rui Matsumura (Chiba Sharks Cricket Club)
  • Naotsune Miyaji (Wyverns Cricket Club)
  • Wataru Miyauchi (Wyverns Cricket Club)
  • Daichi Motoyama (International Buddhist University Cricket Club)
  • Tomoki Ota (Wyverns Cricket Club)
  • Muneeb Siddique Mian (Chiba Sharks Cricket Club)
  • Tsuyoshi Takada (Chiba Sharks Cricket Club)
  • Makoto Taniyama (MAX Cricket Club)
  • Nozomi Tomizawa (Wyverns Cricket Club)
  • Marcus Thurgate (Chiba Sharks Cricket Club)
  • Souta Wada (Osaka Raiders Cricket Club)
  • Kohei Wakita (International Buddhist University Cricket Club)
  • Musashi Yamamoto (Sano Cricket Club)

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