Radford to join regional side as assistant coach

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados,  CMC – Former director of the High Performance Centre, Toby Radford will serve as assistant coach of the West Indies team, starting from Australia’s tour of the Caribbean later this month.

Toby Radford

In a release on Thursday, the West Indies Cricket Board confirmed that the 40-year-old Brit would assume the role “on a tour by tour basis”.

He will play the supporting role to head coach Ottis Gibson.

Radford made a sudden departure from the Barbados-based HPC early last April, less than a year after he took over at the institution.

At the time, it was indicated that he had vacated the post in order to pursue a career as a batting coach in his native England.
Radford was replaced by Jamaican Andre Coley.

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