"Monty is a great addition to any team and Cricket Canada will benefit from the rich experience he brings to the table. Monty's expertise would be the much-needed strategic support to the senior men's team as Cricket Canada embarks on a hectic schedule this month onwards, I have known Monty for many years and seen him grow as a successful coach. His willingness to support Cricket Canada is much appreciated. This is the best it can get and we are all excited," Ranjit Saini, President of Cricket Canada said in his official statement.
The matches will take place in a round-robin format with Canada facing Hong Kong in their first match on April 20.
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