Milroy Don

Founder and Head Coach

" Cricket is a unique team game that teaches team skills and valuable life lessons that help one succeed in life in general. At FSSC, our goal is to provide our youth not only the intense training that is required for learning technical cricket skills, but also the experience for developing discipline, fitness and overall well-being. "

Coaching Experience

  • ICC level 2- Cricket Australia- 2016
  • ICC level 1- Cricket Australia- 2014
  • ICC high-performance coach training as part of Caribbean Premier League (CPL) in FL- 2016
  • Virginia: Founder, Future Stars School of Cricket (FSSC) for youth cricket training - 2014
  • Atlantic Region (United States of America Cricket Association) – Team Manager U-13
  • Washington Cricket League Youth Program – Head coach 2013 to date
  • Virginia: Wicket Club- Head coach – 2013-2014
  • Bermuda: Volunteer in Bermuda junior cricket U-13 – 2004-2006
  • Maldives Island: Volunteer cricket coaching for beginners – 2003
  • Dubai: Senior leagues and junior level coach– 1996-2003
  • Sri Lanka: Tamil union Colts cricket team junior coaching assistant – 1985-1991
  • Sri Lanka: St. Joseph’s College, Colombo– Assistant coach U-13 and U-15 - 1984-1987

Playing experience:


  • CCC: Premier and Division 2- 2006-2013
  • Currently representing for Nitro Cricket Club in Premier Division cricket in Washington Cricket since 2014


  • Premier Division for Southampton Rangers cricket team- 2005


  • Division 1 & 2 cricket in United Arab Emirates for Lanka Lions and Lanka Colts 1997-2003
  • Lanka Lions Premier Division Champions- 2002

Sri Lanka

  • U-19 for Tamil Union Colts cricket team. – 1983-1987
  • Represented Tamil Union in Division 2 and 3, and Lankan’s Cricket Club in 1st class- 1983-1996
  • St. Joseph’s College, All-island 1 st XI best team runner-up, played 2 nd XI cricket- 1984 -1987
  • Mercantile tournaments - 1991-1996


Asst. Coach

" It is rewarding to assist young cricketers to understand the spirit of the game, and the fundamentals which would enable them to thrive in their cricketing career."

Shalinda has been part of the Future Stars School of Cricket program since its inception in 2014. His passion for coaching began during his school days, when he was requested to assist in improving junior players in the team. In Sri Lanka, he worked closely with veteran coaches and had the opportunity to develop the beginners for the provincial youth teams.

Playing experience include being part of aU-13 National School Champions team in Sri Lanka at the age of 12. In the next six years, he played for his school cricket team and represented the School first XI for 3 years before graduating.Shalinda had also been a regular player at the Washington Cricket League.