Country cricket seeks state coach

21 Jul, 2000 03:00 PM
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THE Elders & CGU Insurance WA Country XI cricket team is seeking a new coach for season 2000-01. Last season's coach, Terry Waldron, is unavailable due to his political commitments, having won the National Country Party's pre-selection for the seat of Wagin. An equally keen and energetic replacement is being sought by the CCE. Terry says he is disappointed at not being able to coach his beloved Country XI next season, as he was looking forward to at least a two-year stint as coach. Terry will also miss the opportunity to coach a home-town victory in Albany. Terry says he will stay involved and pass on to the new coach some of the valuable knowledge he has gained. The CCE is taking applications for the CXI coaching position and is willing to listen to anyone who feels they are able to fulfil the position. The Elders & CGU Insurance WA Country XI plays in the WACA's Bankwest Cup Sunday League and fields a team at the annual Australian Country Cricket Championships. Next season, the Australian Country Cricket Championships will be held in Albany from January 3-13. All enquiries for the CXI coaching position can be made by contacting Ashley Jones, 9632 3014 or Colin Bettles, work 9265 7210, fax 9221 1059; colinb@waca.com.au

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