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GLAMORGAN, England---The Assis-
tant coach of the West Indies cricket
team, Toby Radford, has been named
as the new head coach of English
county side Glamorgan.
Radford,41, also a former Middlesex
and Sussex batsman, will take over
from Matthew Mott following a season
where Glamorgan reached the final of
"It was great to see the team reach-
ing a Lord s final at the end of the
season," said Radford.
"... and I believe we have a won-
derful opportunity of building on this
success and developing a team of
which the Welsh nation can be proud."
In 2010, Radford moved to the
Caribbean to take up a post at the
newly formed High Performance Cen-
tre in Barbados from where he became
involved with the main West Indies
squad firstly as a batting coach and
then Ottis Gibson s assistant.
Gibson, himself, had been linked
with the Glamorgan role but the WICB
made it clear last week that they had
not been aware of his interest.
Radford will join Hugh Morris, the
outgoing managing director of England
cricket who has returned to his former
county as chief executive, as part of
a new management team at Glamorgan
and is set to begin on November 1.
"I am honoured to have been offered
this position and look forward to
working with chief executive and
director of cricket Hugh Morris, and
the playing and coaching staff of
Glamorgan in bringing success back
to the county I supported as a young-
ster." Said Radford whose playing
career has been limited to 14 first-
Radford gets top
job at Glamorgan
ORLANDO, Florida---Members of the
West Indies cricket team assembled
in Florida on Monday for a one-week
Elite Team Tour.
The group of players and team man-
agement have been joined by WICB
President Dave Cameron as they prepare
for the upcoming tours of India and
During the week the team will be
involved in several team building exer-
cises -- indoors and outdoors---as well
as interaction with Dr Jason Scott
Hamilton, the Jamaican Elite Sports
Psychologist, who has worked with the
team for the last six months.
In welcoming the group, Mr Cameron
outlined the WICB s vision.
"When we play we represent all the
people of the region and all the people
around the world who support West
Indies cricket. We are looking for a
partnership that says West Indian peo-
ple and what we do is vitally important
and we represent them with pride and
passion. This is part of the vision we
have to reposition West Indies Cricket
as a global brand," Mr Cameron said.
"We want to create a culture of unity,
winning and overall success. We are not
saying you re not going to lose games---
every sports team will lose games---but
it is how we lose. We should always go
down to the end in every game. We are
for partnerships which will see the brand
West Indies Cricket continue to grow.
We want to see our players develop on
and off the field and see our cricket
reach the top again."
Speaking after the first session on
Monday, fast bowler Tino Best said he
was happy to be involved.
"As a team we are working towards
bigger and better things so I m really
happy to be here at the camp for this
week. We have the motto One Team
One Goal and as players we can always
get more information and form a closer
bond. We have two tough tours of India
and New Zealand coming up, so this
will form the beginning of what we
believe is something special."
Windies begin Elite
Team Tour in Florida
Hampshire legend Gordon
Greenidge was the star attraction as
he opened a new learning facility at
the Ageas Bowl.
The former West Indies opening
batsman was on hand to unveil The
Orbi--- the Hampshire Cricket Com-
munity Trust Study Centre.
And the man who scored more than
7,500 Test runs and enjoyed a long-
standing association with the county
that stretched between 1970 and 1987,
still has great affinity with Hampshire.
Greenidge, who is now 62 years old,
said: I was invited to come over and
perform the opening of the centre and
it was an honour to do it.
I am the patron of the Gordon
Greenidge Primary School.
And the project I ve embarked upon
is to develop a library and a learning
We ve filled two big 40-foot con-
tainers with books and things but we re
hoping to get some computers now.
In the suite, pictures of West Indies
and Hampshire legends are on display
as part of Black History Month with
Andy Roberts, Malcolm Marshall and
Greenidge among those featured.
Northlands Road held a lot of dear
things in my heart and I m hoping this
new venue will give recognition to those
great players who contributed to Hamp-
shire, said Greenidge.
It s always fantastic to come back
to visit the county where I have so
many fond memories.
Greenidge back on county duty
T&T Under-19 coach and former national cricketer Kelvin Williams with former national player Clem
Hercules and a number of participants at a recent fast bowlers' clinic in Tobago.
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