Mohammad Nabi Launches his International Cricket Academy in Melbourne
Melbourne - Afghan cricket star, Mohammad Nabi has launched his first International Cricket Academy in Melbourne. Afghan Ambassador, HE Wahidullah Waissi together with Afghan cricketer Rashid Khan, Casey City Mayor Ms Amanda Stapledon, MP Luke Donnellan of Victoria, number of Australian and Afghan community members and Australian cricketers joined to inaugrate the Academy in Casey sports area of Melbourne.
Afghan Ambassador made an opening speech, appreciating the initiative and thanking the Casey administration for providing the playground for interested players and talented youth in the field of cricket. "This is a unique opportunity for Afghan youth to learn and practice professional cricketing by experienced coaches. Afghanistan has demonstrated a great deal of talent in this field in past ten years. The credit goes to Mohammad Nabi who put his efforts to advance Afghanistan's cricket to top of the international list in a very short period of time."
Written in their website, Nabi International Cricket Academy (NICA) is a training and coaching facility which aims to provides personalized quality coaching in different age groups and experience levels. The Coaching Classes and other services offered by NICA aims to provide aspiring cricketers (boys & girls) with the necessary skills to constantly improve their game and be more confident in their own ability.
NICA aims to encourage children & youth to play cricket and be part of healthy and active community and to provide opportunities for cricketers in an environment where they can develop new skills. The academy launched in Melbourne and will continue its operation in different parts of Afghanistan.