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Anju Jain getting teaching function in Eire

Anju Jain, who performed 8 Assessments and 65 ODIs for Indian Girls’s workforce will likely be leaving for Eire quickly.

She has been appointed Head Coach of Clontarf Cricket Membership in Dublin. “Starting this season, she will be the Director of Coaching for the whole club, Men’s Ist XI, women and youth teams”, reveals Barry Chambers, the previous Eire Media Supervisor and the present editor of Cricket Europe.  


“Famous Clontarf players of recent times include Trent Johnston and Andre Botha. John Mooney was their Head Coach then Isobel Joyce, sister of Ed. They play at Castle Avenue”.

“Essentially the most well-known Indian Coach right here is Bobby Rao of Hyderabad
Hopefully Anju Jain can comply with in his footsteps and be as profitable as he has been throughout his 40 years right here as participant and coach”.

“As a coach, the 46-year-old former wicketkeeper Anju holds the equivalent of the ECB Level 3 qualification and has massive experience at state & international levels as well as in development roles. She will be a fantastic role model for all of our youth players and will continue on the excellent work done by Isobel (who will remain on the coaching team at Clontarf) over the past few years”, Connor D’Arcy the Cricket Chairman provides.


Anju is the one lady participant to have performed in 4 consecutive World Cups.

The previous India and Bangladesh girls’s coach Anju was the standout candidate and after a rigorous interview course of she has been appointed for this publish.

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