Bermuda's fielding coach to join team ahead of I Shield match
Fri, Mar 26, 2010 11:18 AM
The Bermuda Cricket Board is pleased to confirm that Julien Fountain, the team's specialist fielding coach, will be joining in the team in South Africa to assist them to prepare for the Namibian tour.
Mr. Fountain joins the team with a wealth of coaching experience in particular his position as the Fielding and Specialist coach for the West Indies team in 2007; the Specialist Coach and Assistant Coach for the England T20 squad and England 'A' in 2006/07; Assistant and Specialist Coach for the Pakistan Cricket Team in 2006 and Specialist and Assistant Coach for a number of county teams.
Mr. Arnold Manders, Acting National Coach told the Bermuda Cricket Board website: "The coaches and players are extremely excited to have Julien Fountain assist with our preparation for the upcoming Intercontinental Shield, 50 over and T20 matches against Namibia. We are confident that he will be able to assist/improve our players fielding skills and our coaches knowledge on the various advanced fielding techniques and drills to be used in the intensive six day camp at the HPC in Pretoria, South Africa."