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Premier Division trio in Fox hunt

Trinidadian Wayne Henry has been promoted as head coach of Premier Division side St. David’s Warriors.

Henry comes in to replace former boss and Zebras’ defender, Jack Castle, who resigned at the end of last season.

Commenting on Henry’s promotion, St. David’s president Aaron Lugo, said: “St. David’s welcome Wayne Henry as our head coach for the 2011/12 football season.

“He and Jack Castle helped us to maintain our position in the Premier Division and hopefully we build on that next season.”

Meanwhile, three Premier –Division clubs are battling it out for the signature of coach Kameron Fox.

The experienced coach is –being chased by his former team St David’s, top-flight new boys Robin Hood and St George’s, where Fox spent last season as Richard Todd’s assistant.

Over the next few days he will be meeting with his suitors, –although he said, at the moment, Hood were firmly in the driving seat.

Fox hopes to make a decision on his future by the end of the week.

“St David’s want me back, Robin Hood are interested, and St George’s...I’ve got a foot in (the door) over there, so I’m not sure right now.

“I’ll figure it all out by Friday,” he said.

“Andrew (Bascome) is saying ‘come, come’, but it’s just the time that they train is a little difficult for me, but that came with the best offer, the best programme, the best everything so far.

“I’m going to have a meeting with St David’s tonight (Wednesday), St George’s tomorrow night (tonight) and I’ll find out from there.

“Let me tell you Robin Hood is in the lead at the moment.”

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Published August 18, 2011 at 2:00 am (Updated August 18, 2011 at 9:25 am)

Premier Division trio in Fox hunt

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