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Smith on learning curve

Clay Smith, the Bermuda coach, will attend the CWI/ECB Level 3 Cricket Coaching Education Programme course in Antigua this month.

The Bermuda Cricket Board have announced that Smith and Cal Waldron have been accepted by Cricket West Indies to participate in the course at the Coolidge Cricket Ground in St John's from November 7 to 15.

“I am very proud that Bermuda was able to get two of only four spots made available to Associate Member countries for this course,” Lloyd Fray, the BCB president, said.

“The ICC office ran an open process with all regional members which led to our candidates getting placed on a meritocratic system.

“I am confident that Cal and Clay will be successful on this tough programme and return to Bermuda with new ideas, experiences and insights that they can impart on our players and share with other coaches.

“I congratulate them both and wish them all the best.”

Clay Smith will be on a Cricket West Indies coaching course in Antigua this month (Photograph by Lawrence Trott)

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Published November 04, 2017 at 9:00 am (Updated November 04, 2017 at 12:32 am)

Smith on learning curve

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