Islamic Republic of Iran Cricket Association

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Islamic Republic of Iran Cricket Association
Sport Cricket
Founded 2010
Affiliation International Cricket Council
Affiliation date 2003
Regional affiliation Asian Cricket Council
Affiliation date 2003
President Mohammad Hassan Alemi
Secretary Hoda Mohammad Jafar
Men's coach ?
Women's coach ?
Official website
ifsafed.com/cricket
Iran

Islamic Republic of Iran Cricket Association is the governing body for cricket in Iran.

Administration[edit]

Pre-2010[edit]

Prior to 2010, Cricket did not have its own independent governing body, it was administered together with Baseball and Softball.

In 2009 there were two chiefs of cricket in Iran.[1]

  • Federation of Cricket, Baseball and Softball: Hossein Sadegh Abedin
  • Cricket Council: India Juggoo Sawhney

Post-2010[edit]

President:

  • Afshin Heidari 2010-2015
  • Mohammad Hassan Alemi (Caretaker: 2015-2016), July 2016-

General Secretary:

  • Saeed Behrozi 2010-2015
  • Hoda Mohammad Jafar (Caretaker: 2015-2016), July 2016-

Head of International Relations:

  • Monir Habibi 2010-2015
  • Armin Salehi 2015-

Development[edit]

ICC Development Officer:

External links[edit]

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