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Craig Cachopa Premier Coash

The TDCC Executive Committee are thrilled to announce that Craig Cachopa has been contracted as Premier Men's Coach for the forthcoming 2 seasons. He will be ably supported by incumbent coach Ryan Scivier in a new Assistant Coach role. With Craig's recent retirement from district cricket with the Auckland Aces and newly married Ryan's desire to reduce his involvement the Exec saw an excellent opportunity to bring these 2 former Pirates back together to guide the Premiers and Premier Reserves sides onto continued and even greater success in the seasons to come.

TDCC Chair Susie Martin shared "Craig's vast first class playing and captaincy success, both in New Zealand and overseas, speaks for itself and offer Takapuna a prime opportunity to once more have a local player progress to the next stage in their career with us. It displays pathways for players and coaches in line with the club's vision of a community based cricket club of choice. His experience and the strategic and technical skills he can share will be so beneficial for our players"

Craig has expressed his excitement as “I’m extremely grateful for the opportunity to become coach of such a fantastic club and I’m very excited to get started working with an already established squad of great men”.

TDCC Director of Cricket Amita Weerakoon added “ we are delighted to have Craig as our Premier coach and our plans are also to use Craig’s expertise to upskill our parent coaches and student coaches through our TDCC Coaching Pathway program. We are also happy that we are creating the pathway and the opportunities for Craig to enhance his coaching skills to achieve his personal goal of coaching at first class level in the future”.

“we would like to take this opportunity to thank Ryan for all his time and efforts as our Premier coach for the last two seasons and producing two very productive seasons for the Club. We wish Ryan all the very best with his new role at Taka and also with his future endeavours”.

We are very excited by all that having Craig in the senior coaching role at Takapuna will mean for our players, coaches and club as a whole. Welcome home Craig.

 

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