Ryan ten Doeschate appointed as Kent’s batting coach.© Twitter
Kent Cricket has introduced that former Netherlands cricketer Ryan ten Doeschate will be part of the Membership as males’s group batting coach. The 41-year-old, who , will be part of up with Kent Cricket from January 1 subsequent 12 months. “I am excited to be given the chance to work with Matt Walker and the Kent squad, particularly with the proficient group of gamers which have simply received the Vitality Blast and can compete in Division One among subsequent season’s LV= Insurance coverage County Championship,” Ten Doeschate stated in a press release as per Kent Cricket.
“I am prepared to begin a brand new chapter of my profession and use my expertise and that of among the others I’ve labored with to affect and enhance the gamers and the group,” he added.
The previous all-rounder made 57 appearances for the Netherlands in worldwide cricket, most notably scoring two centuries within the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup, ending his worldwide profession with an ODI batting common of 67.00.
Kent’s Director of Cricket, Paul Downton, stated: “We’re delighted to welcome ‘Tendo’ to the Membership following his current retirement as an excellent participant.
“He’s a confirmed chief with two Championship wins beneath his captaincy at Essex, and he already has a diversified teaching CV. He’ll carry with him a profitable mentality and all of the expertise of a profitable enjoying profession into an bold Kent dressing room eager to study.
As a participant, Ten Doeschate featured in groups throughout the globe in franchise cricket, profitable titles within the Indian Premier League (IPL), New Zealand’s Tremendous Smash, in addition to captaining Essex in England – overseeing a number of successes throughout all types of the sport.
Subjects talked about on this article