HEADLINE: CWI coach education programme bowls off in Guyana

link CaribbeanCricket.com Joined: Mar 5, 2003
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2/6/20, 10:26:46 AM 
ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Cricket West Indies (CWI) is working to improve coaching at all levels, and new Coach Education Manager Chris Brabazon, has already embarked on a journey across the region to meet and discuss coaching standards and the implementation of fresh ideas with the six territorial boards.
 
Starting on Thursday, Brabazon will be in Guyana, where he will meet with regional pathway coaches to understand how CWI can better support regional coaches and how they can work together within the new Coach Education Programme, and it coincides with the West Indies Championship four-day fixture between defending champions Guyana Jaguars and Jamaica Scorpions.
 
He articulated what his time with regional coaches will entail.
 

link Kay Joined: Jan 31, 2015
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2/6/20, 10:52:30 AM 
While going that route, the need for an Umpire Education Manager should be a priority. Not only are our umpires in the domestic competitions atrocious but the international ones are downright embarrassing.

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