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CSE Director and Afghanistan fielding coach, Ryan Maron, met up with CSE students Jack & Guy Leclercq at Lords after the game between MCC and Afghanistan. Ryan managed to get the boys onto the field for a short fielding session.
Ryan Maron, former Western Province cricketer and University of Cape Town Head Coach, will walk the hallowed pitch at Lords in London next week, as he fulfills his role of Fielding Coach for the Afghanistan National Cricket team. The Afghanistan side, with the help of Maron’s fielding expertise, drew with the West Indies in the One Day series this past month. The Afghans did not feature well in the T20 series but got off to an impressive start in the ODI series by winning the first game. West Indies hit back in the 2nd ODI, which set up the 3rd nicely. Sadly, the weather was the only "winner" on the day and the match could not go ahead. Following on their impressive performance, Afghanistan was awarded full membership of the International Cricket Council in June,...Read More
Seven-year-old Caden Benjamin has been diagnosed with Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS). PWS is a rare genetic disorder in which seven genes are deleted or unexpressed on the paternal chromosome. The disease has no cure, however several treatments are in place to lessen the symptoms. Ms Zola Benjamin, Caden’s mother, is a single parent, with the father allegedly leaving after she fell pregnant. She lives with her parents and finds it hard to cope with all the medical expenses. There is pressure being put on Caden’s heart and lungs due to his weight of 58kg, so he has to sleep upright and makes use of an oxygen tank to breathe at night. He is also on heavy medication, which makes him drowsy and tired most of the time. CSE boss Ryan...Read More
Congratulations must go out to CSE Director Ryan Maron and his Afghanistan side for their series draw with the West Indies this past month. The Afghans did not feature well in the T20 series but got off to an impressive start in the ODI series by winning the first game. West Indies hit back in the 2nd ODI, which set up the 3rd nicely. Sadly, the weather was the only "winner" on the day and the match could not go ahead. This does post a massive positive for Afghanistan Cricket and we look forward to seeing their progress under the giudance of the CSE boss and the rest of the Afghanistan coaching team. Well done guys!
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