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Men’s National Squad for 2018 Announced

  • 2018-03-23
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The 20-man Men’s National Squad was announced today. Players were selected on the basis of their performances last season and at the national trials last weekend, with age and potential taken into account.

The full squad is as follows:

  • Raheel Kano (Wyverns Cricket Club)
  • Shogo Kimura (Wyverns Cricket Club)
  • Masaomi Kobayashi (MAX Cricket Club)
  • Kohei Kubota (Keio University Cricket Club)
  • Rui Matsumura (Chiba Sharks Cricket Club)
  • Naotsune Miyaji (Wyverns Cricket Club)
  • Wataru Miyauchi (Wyverns Cricket Club)
  • Daichi Motoyama (Uenomiya Cricket Club)
  • Tomoki Ota (Wyverns Cricket Club)
  • Muneeb Siddique Mian (Chiba Sharks Cricket Club)
  • Tsuyoshi Takada (Chiba Sharks Cricket Club)
  • Kazumasa Takahashi (Sano Cricket Club)
  • Makoto Taniyama (MAX Cricket Club)
  • Nozomi Tomizawa (Chuo University Cricket Club)
  • Marcus Thurgate (Chiba Sharks Cricket Club)
  • Arata Ueda (Keio University Cricket Club)
  • Souta Wada (International Buddhist University Cricket Club)
  • Kohei Wakita (International Buddhist University Cricket Club)
  • Shodai Yamada (Wyverns Cricket Club)
  • Jun Yamashita (International Buddhist University Cricket Club)

*The National Squad is subject to change over the course of the year.

There will be three official two-day camps as well as two tournaments. The ICC World T20 Qualifier will be held in the Philippines this December, with the details of the East Asia Cup still to be finalised. The National Teams taking part in these tournaments will be selected from the National Squad.

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