Rajasthan Royals announced on Sunday that Trevor Penney has joined their coaching ranks as the lead assistant coach for the upcoming season of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Trevor Penney will work closely with the Royals’ director of Cricket Kumar Sangakkara, captain Sanju Samson and the leadership team consisting of the coaching staff: spin bowling coach Sairaj Bahatule, fast bowling coach Rob Cassell, field coach Dishant Yagnik alongside senior international players such as Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler. Zubin Bharucha will be an integral part of this team in the role of Director of Strategy, Development and Performance.
As part of the restructuring, Amol Muzumdar’s role turns into a high-performance off-season batting coach to support the squad and RR academies. Additionally, Rajasthan Royals and its head coach Andrew McDonald have mutually decided to move in different directions with regard to the leadership structure.
Everyone at Rajasthan Royals would like to thank Andrew for his efforts on IPL Season 13. He coached the team through an incredibly challenging COVID limited period, and we wish him all the best for his future endeavors with the Australian Men’s Cricket Team and the Birmingham Phoenix in the Hundred, ”said Jake Lush McCrum, COO, Rajasthan Royals.
Penney is a supporter of the Warwickshire County Cricket Club, having played with the English club for 17 years before embarking on his extensive coaching career around the world. Trevor has extensive international experience working with India, Sri Lanka, England and associated countries such as the Netherlands and the US, among others.
TP is currently employed by the West Indies working with their white ball teams TP is also a regular on the T20 franchise circuit with previous experience in the IPL before and more recently in the Caribbean Premier League, Bangladesh Premier League and the GT20 Canadian League.
“It is fantastic to have Trevor Penney on board here at Rajasthan Royals. He is very experienced and understands the game very well, and I am sure it will contribute to the overall growth of the players and the squad. confident that Trevor’s nomination will come true. We are on the right track and it will be great to have him work with our squad, “said Kumar Sangakkara, Cricket Director of Rajasthan Royals.
Commenting on the appointment, Jake Lush McCrum, COO of Rajasthan Royals said: “It’s great to bring in someone with a coaching resume like Trevor’s. He’s one of the most traveled coaches in the modern game and he’s been very successful. around the world. Kumar and Trevor have a very strong relationship after sharing a successful period with the Sri Lankan national team. We hope for an exciting season under the skillful leadership of Kumar alongside a strategy group that includes Sanju, Zubin and Trevor . “
On Thursday, Rajasthan Royals Royals added Bangladeshi left-poor Mustafizur Rehman and Proteas all-rounder Chris Morris to their ranks for the upcoming edition of the IPL.
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