Mark Alleyne named as Glamorgan white-ball head coach

Mark Alleyne, the previous Gloucestershire and also England allrounder, has actually been called as Glamorgan’s brand-new white-ball instructor.

Alleyne, 54, takes control of T20 obligations from Matthew Maynard, that has actually maintained the red-ball duty complying with Glamorgan’s solid proving in in 2014’s Region Champion, while he will certainly additionally manage their 50-over lot of money, with David Harrison leaving after assisting the club to the Royal London Mug in 2021.

The consultation notes a go back to region training for Alleyne, that came to be the initial Black British instructor in English residential background in 2004 when he took control of the reins at Gloucestershire for 3 years, originally in a player-coach ability.

Alleyne played an overall of 10 ODIs for England in between 1999 and also 2000, yet he made his name throughout a 20-season occupation at Gloucestershire in between 1986 and also 2005, consisting of an ingenious spell as captain of among the most effective white-ball sides of the age.

In March 2009 he prospered Clive Radley as head instructor of the MCC, and also more recently Marlborough University in Wiltshire. He has actually additionally worked as assistant instructor of the England Lions, consisting of assistance functions with the elderly white-ball team, and also aide at Welsh Fire Guys’s group.

” I have actually constantly anticipated traversing the Bridge to the cricketing cauldron at Sophia Gardens or to an extra soothing vacation in North Wales – both done on many celebrations,” Alleyne claimed.

” My following journey however, as Glamorgan’s white-ball head instructor, will certainly be my most prepared for. This special splitting of the residential functions – commonly booked for International groups- informs me the club are major regarding contending on all fronts.

” This is precisely the setting I enjoy to be component of, and also I can not wait to sign up with Matt Maynard that will certainly be leading the Champion difficulty.

” Operating in the white-ball training group with England in 2022 has actually provided me the stimulation to make a large mark locally. I am right here unquestionably, to do simply that.”

Mark Wallace, Glamorgan’s supervisor of cricket, included: “We are definitely enjoyed bring Mark aboard as our white-ball head instructor.”

” Mark brings a wide range of experience to our white-ball sides and also a fresh viewpoint on just how we can move on in both styles. It is an amazing time for the Club, and also we are anticipating Mark placing his stamp on our design of play.

” We wish to contend throughout all styles, and also with this brand-new training configuration, I am incredibly hopeful regarding what the future holds for Glamorgan in both red-ball and also white-ball cricket.”

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