Former Australian Test cricketer Stuart Law as been axed from his head coach place with one yr remaining on his contract.
Middlesex Cricket has axed former Australian cricketer Stuart Law as head coach with one yr remaining on his contract.
Having beforehand served in teaching roles with Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and the West Indies, Law joined Middlesex on a four-year contract in January 2019.
But following an underwhelming 2021 season, the membership’s cricket committee knowledgeable Law he wouldn’t return for the fourth and last yr of his scheduled tenure.
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Middlesex Cricket confirmed that Alan Coleman would take over the function when gamers return for pre-season in November.
Despite some promising performances within the Bob Willis Trophy final yr, Middlesex completed backside of their convention in 2021 having misplaced seven of their 10 matches within the match’s first section. They had been consequently positioned within the competitors’s backside tier through the second stage.
Their white-ball performances had been additionally dismal, as Middlesex completed second from backside within the group stage of England’s home 50-over and T20 competitions.
Middlesex Cricket chief govt officer Andrew Cornish mentioned in a press release: “We would like to thank Stuart for his efforts across three seasons as Head Coach of Middlesex. His passion and dedication to the role have and never will be questioned.
“It is always sad when committed people leave the Club and things do not work out as all parties would have hoped, and Stuart leaves Middlesex with our thanks and best wishes.
“Our on-field performances have not been up to the standards we require. The review and the outcomes resulting from it have not been taken lightly, and the Cricket Committee will be actively involved in the search for a replacement Head Coach.
“I give my assurance to all members and supporters that we have ambitions to be a Club that is competitive in all competitions, and with the talented young homegrown side that has been developed here at Middlesex, I have no doubts that this can be achieved.”
Law represented Australia in a single Test and 54 one-day internationals throughout his enjoying profession, scoring 27,080 runs in first-class cricket.
The Queenslander is notorious for not boasting a Test common, having scored an unbeaten 54 in his lone Test innings.
Law has additionally beforehand served as coach of the Brisbane Heat within the Big Bash League.
— with AFP