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HEADLINE: Trevor Penney appointed West Indies Assistant Coach for white-ball cricket 2019-12-31 12:11:01 

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Cricket West Indies (CWI) announces the appointment of Trevor Penney as the new West Indies Men’s Assistant Coach, on a two-year contract. Penney’s area of expertise is fielding, and he will work with the team for the white-ball formats (One-Day International and T20 Internationals).

The 51-year-old will join the West Indies team on January 2 as they start preparations for the upcoming International Home Series against Ireland. The tour will feature three Colonial Medical Insurance One-Day Internationals and three Sandals T20 Internationals from January 7 to 19.

Penney has a strong record as a successful coach with various teams around the world. He is also a former player for Warwickshire County Cricket Club where he played 158 first-class matches and 291 List A matches in a career which spanned close to two decades. He has worked with several international teams as well with franchise teams. He was Head Coach of Sri Lanka, fielding coach of India, and consultant coach to the Netherlands.

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anthonyp 2019-12-31 12:56:11 

So they sack Rayon Griffith? Thought he was the fielding coach

doosra 2019-12-31 13:11:14 

In reply to anthonyp

he was/is vote pick...dat doh last a whole term big grin

doosra 2019-12-31 14:25:06 

Versed in wi culture?