Population: 29,628,392 (2013 est.)
Population Aged 0-14: 29.1%
National Coach: Bilal Asad
National Captain: Ahmad Faiz
Women's Coach: Dinesh Muthuraman
Women’s Captain: Emylia Rahim
Cricket clubs: 422
Grounds: 64
Turf wickets: 11
Playing Season: Year-round

ACC Member since 1983
ACC Development Officer: Rumesh Ratnayake

Winners, Pepsi ICC WCL Division 4 2014

Recent Achievements:
2011 Finalists, Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Division 6
2012 Finalists, Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Division 5
2012 Winners, ACC U-16 Elite Cup
2012 ACC U-19 Asia Cup
2014 ACC U-19 Asia Cup
2014 Finalists, Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Division 5
2014 Winners, Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Division 4
2014 Second, ACC U-16 Premier League
2014 Winner, Pepsi ICC Development Awards for Volunteer of the Year, Feisal Ahmed Tajuddin
30th in ICC Global Rankings
Personnel qualified from ACC Courses:
Coaches: Level I and II – 78, Level III – 1
Umpires: Level I and II – 61, Level III – 4
Curators: Module I – 7, Module II – 3, Module III – 4, Advanced 4
The ACC has found Malaysia an accommodating host for many tournaments. And it was in Malaysia itself that the home side won its first ever multi-nation event, the 2012 ACC U-16 Elite Cup, in a gripping Final against Nepal. ACC Development Officer for Malaysia Aminul Islam notes that “the players have come mostly from private clinics and members’ clubs and from a few schools in Kuala Lumpur and Penang, so it is credit to the way that the MCA have brought them all together under one umbrella to give some support and structure to the junior cricket around what is a very big country.”

To create the next generation, a development program has been established to harness talent across peninsular and eastern Malaysia. Linkages are being established with prominent educational establishments. With a third of the country being teenagers or below, there is plenty of opportunity to further grow the game. Currently around 80% of the registered players are juniors.

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