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Dav Whatmore

Baroda Hire Dav Whatmore As Head Coach For Upcoming Domestic Cricket Season

Sep 24, 2021 PTI

The 67-year-old Whatmore has got years of experience in top-flight cricket and was coach of the Sri Lankan team that won the World Cup in 1996.

Dav Whatmore Joins Baroda As Director Of Cricket

Apr 19, 2020 Outlook Web Bureau

Dav Whatmore, the 1996 World Cup-winning coach with Sri Lanka, coached Kerala for three years before taking the new role

Shortlisted, Dav Whatmore Set To Be Appointed Baroda Coach

The Baroda Cricket Association (BCA) on Wednesday said that talks are on with Dav Whatmore, who guided Sri Lanka to their maiden World Cup triumph in 1996

'Players Make A Coach'

May 28, 2007

'They (players) are the ones who have to go to the battlefield. The coach creates an environment where the best in the boys comes out.'

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