The Root Academy (R66T Academy) has announced a new partnership with cross border specialists InstaReM.

Founded by the family of the cricket England test cricket captain Joe Root, the coaching academy is a not-for-profit organisation and its is to encourage more people to play more cricket, whilst also providing children to high level coaching.

Announcing the partnership, Prajit Nanu, co-founder and CEO of InstaReM explained: “Nothing connects nationalities like a sport. Cricket, which has English roots, is extremely popular in Australia-New Zealand, Southeast Asia, and more countries in Europe, Africa and Caribbean have started experiencing the thrill of the sport with the newer formats of the game.

“As a global payments fintech with global presence, we are delighted to partner with the R66T Academy, the gold standard in high-quality cricket coaching, to offer discounted programs in the finer aspects of cricketing to the enthusiasts from any part of the world.”

The partnership provides InstaReM customers the opportunity to use a 30% discount on fees at The R66T Academy training camps when they send money transfer abroad via the firms website or app.

Joe Root, co-founder of the R66T Academy said: “We are pleased to partner with InstaReM Money Transfer to offer an exclusive discount on our cricket training camps. The Root Academy is our commitment to unlocking the cricketing talent of tomorrow.

“Alongside InstaReM, we aim to reach even more cricket fans around the world, offering high-class learning experiences that change the game. We’re up to change the game with InstaReM and the Root academy.”

The R66T academy training camps are available to children up to 18 years with adults also eligible to participate, subject to availability and schedules.

Training camps are led by Shaun Siegert, the head coach of The R66T Academy who is also mentor/coach of international cricketers such as: Joe Root, Jason Roy, Monty Panesar, Liam Plunkett and Sam Billings.


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