|Sri Lanka A cricketers have their fourth coach in
by Rex Clementine
Bandula Warnapura, the Operations Director of the Board of Control for Cricket in Sri Lanka, admitted that the constant change of coaches is not going to help the cricketers and revealed that the post is going to be made a permanent one soon. Cricket Board authorities are to call for the applications for the post of coach of the A team soon and its expected that an appropriate appointment will be made ether at the completion of the Indian series or during the series.
In all probability, Kalpage, who has functioned as the fielding coach of the Cricket Board for a while now will be elevated for the post of coach. Kalpage, only 32 years old is one of the few Sri Lankans who has completed the Australian Cricket Boards (ACB) Level 2 coaching programme. Haturusinghe too is a proud owner of a (ACB) Level 2 coaching certificate, but he admits hes not prepared to take up a full time job in coaching right now as he still feels that he can make a come back to the national cricket team. In the Premier season, Haturusinghe, captained Moors and scored 634 runs in 18 innings with two hundreds and four fifties. He too captured 30 wickets at 17.9 apiece and was named as the player of the tournament.
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