Our goal at the Actionzone Cricket Academy, founder and head coach Sanjayan Thuraisingam, is to produce world class cricketers. The strenuous fitness along with technique helps build stronger cricketers. If you want to get to the next level in your cricket career, then look no further!
We have 5 outstanding and dedicated cricket coaches that strive to bring out the natural talent in a kid while teaching the technique that will enable them to go far in the field of cricket.
Sanjayan, Balaji Rao and Brian Rajadurai. These 3 coaches, have played at the world cup and are still playing with our youngsters providing them with guidance at the 1st division games. Alongside with them, we have Aditya Vara….. , who is and Mathi ….. who played in New Zealand. Both Aditya and Mathi have also been a great support not only with the training but also during games. This kind of support and guidance is what gives our youngsters the edge to stand out when they step on the field.
Sanjayan Thuraisingam (head coach) was Canada's top wicket-taker at the 2001 ICC Trophy and his 5 wickets for just 25 runs brought Canada's cricket team to the World Cup on July 17, 2001. He played three matches in the 2003 Cricket World Cup, and has since played a further six One Day Internationals for Canada. He has also represented them in two ICC Intercontinental Cup matches and the 2005 ICC Trophy (wiki). His effortless contribution to the Centurions Elite divison, and other division continues even to this date. Sanjayan also obtained his level 2 certification from Cricket Australia.
Balaji Rao marked his 2000-2001 season with a revival of fortunes who made a precocious entry into first class cricket before turning 17 years. Playing for India youth in January 1995 againt an England A team, he mopped up seven wickets. After immigrating to Canada and qualifying to play for the Country, Balaji made international debut against West Indies in 2008. He has played one one day International and four twenty 20 internationals for Canada (crickinfo) Balaji continues to be a great asset to the Centurions Elite Division.
Brian Rajadurai is a Canadian and Srilankan Cricket player. He started his career playing first class cricket in his native Srilanka and eventually migrated to Canada. He has represented Canada in the 1997 ICC Trophy and the 1998 Commonwealth games (Wikipedia). Brian still continues to be a crucial part of the Centurions Elite Division.