Law resigns from Windies Head Coach post

first_img– to complete India/Bangladesh seriesThe Windies’ Senior Men’s Team will be searching for a new coach, because Stuart Law has resigned from his position as Head Coach to take on a new role at Middlesex Cricket Club in January 2019.Stuart LawLaw, who took over as Head Coach in February 2017, vacates his post after guiding the Test team to series wins against Zimbabwe and Bangladesh, and the ODI T,eam through the ICC World Cup Qualifiers and into the 2019 Cricket World Cup.The former Australia batsman also oversaw the first Windies Test Match win in England for 17 years, when they beat the hosts by five wickets at Headingly.Law would however continue in his role for the upcoming away series against India and Bangladesh, but will leave to take up his new responsibilities in the new year.Law has stated, “I have had to make the difficult decision to leave my role of Head Coach with CWI. It has been very enjoyable, and I believe we have made tremendous strides forward as a team during the past 2 years. I would like to thank the players, staff and the fans for their support over this period, I have appreciated it greatly. I will be taking a role with Middlesex CCC, which will keep me close to my family whilst continuing within the cricket family. I wish the players and staff of CWI every success in the future.”Director of Cricket, Jimmy Adams, said: “While I regret his leaving and the timing of it, I fully understand his reasons; and along with everyone at Cricket West Indies (CWI), I want to thank him for his dedication and commitment whilst in the role, and wish him the very best of luck at Middlesex.”CWI’s Chief Executive Johnny Grave commented, “I am disappointed that Stuart is leaving, as I believe that we have made real progress under his leadership.  I know it was a difficult decision for him, and that ultimately the opportunity to work in England, where his family is now based, was a major factor in his decision.  We will start the process to appoint a new Head Coach immediately.” (Clifton Ross)last_img read more

UPDATE: Power restored in Fort St. John

first_imgBC Hydro says power was restored to customers at 4:09 pm.No cause has been confirmed yet, but crews suspect the outage was caused by wind gusts, as they might have caused the power lines to sway and contact each other.2,182 customers in Eastern Fort St John, reaching across Baldonnel to the Alberta border had no power since the early afternoon.- Advertisement –last_img