Morocco national cricket team

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Morocco
Morrocan Cricket Federation Logo
Morrocan Cricket Federation Logo
ICC membership granted 1999
ICC member status Affiliate member
ICC development region Africa
World Cricket League division n/a
Captain Salah El Mouridi
Coach Riaz Richards
First recorded match 23 April 2006 v Rwanda at Willowmoore Park, Benoni, South Africa
As of 31 May 2012

The Moroccan cricket team is the team that represents the country of Morocco in international cricket matches. They became an affiliate member of the International Cricket Council in 1999.1 The team is operated by Federation Royale Marocaine De Cricket.

International history

Their international debut came in 2006 when they took part in Division Three of the African region of the ICC World Cricket League. They finished fifth in the eight team tournament.2 Their most recent international activity has been in the ICC-Africa Division 3 tournament in Benoni, South Africa where the team finished 6th.3

National flag of Morocco.
Flag of Morocco.

Morocco boasts an ICC approved ground capable of hosting full internationals, the National Cricket Stadium in Tangier. It has so far hosted one One Day International triangular tournament, the Morocco Cup in 2002, where Sri Lanka won ahead of South Africa and Pakistan.

Current squad

  • Salah El Mouridi (Captain)
  • Abdelghani Ennaoui
  • Adil Lamkhayer (wk)
  • Mohammed Essousy
  • Mouhsine Nassar L'Koude
  • Mohammed Said Nekrou
  • Soufiane Essayeh
  • Ibrahim Bekkouri
  • Mountassir Lakhrissi
  • Ismail Kettani
  • Mustapha Olahian
  • Zakaria Zaki
  • Rachid Aboukis
  • Anass Lakhrissi

Coaching Staff

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