Shamar Anderson 

Monte is delighted to be supported by Shamar.

Sham's first taste of professional cricket came in 2013 when he toured Bermuda playing three unofficial list A games against Bermuda and two T20 games. Sham was then selected to be a part of the Jamaica scorpions first class set up and was 1 of 15 players put into the West Indies cricket board players draft for that first class season. Later that season Sham trialed for the Jamaica Tallawahs CPL team.

Sham has been travelling to England as an overseas player since 2011. This is where he first gained his passion for becoming a coach. This winter Sham will start the ECB Advanced Coach Course (formerly level 3) where he will gain further knowledge and develop as a coach. For the past two years he has been coaching on the Surrey development and performance courses, within this time he has specifically coached the Surrey CCC Performance and County Age Groups squads from U10-U15’s boys. Additionally, to working within the performance department he works for the Surrey Cricket Foundation and Ben Hollioake Learning centre delivering coaching within primary and secondary schools in Lambeth, Southwark and Wandsworth.

Sham's coaching philosophy is as follows:

"Positive attitude brings out positive outcome and slow progress is better than no progress – I have great pleasure in seeing the players I work with improve and fulfil their full potential, no matter what level they are playing at".

Twitter: @shamar_anderson