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The White Fern Appoints Ben Sawyer As Head Coach For NZ Women’s Cricket Team

White Fern has appointed Ben Sawyer as head coach for the NZ women’s cricket team, keeping in mind the Commonwealth Games 2022 and all bilateral series.

The White Fern Appoints Ben Sawyer As Head Coach For NZ Women’s Cricket Team

Fern has given him a two-year contract:-

The white ferns have given him a two-year contract and Sawyer’s first major challenge is the Commonwealth Games, which start in July 2022.

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Sawyer who has earned himself a reputation for winning the title will try to replicate the same success with White Fern.

The White Fern Appoints Ben Sawyer As Head Coach For NZ Women’s Cricket Team

The Group of ferns shows great potential:-

“I can’t wait to get caught up in this,” Sawyer said. โ€œI see great potential in this White Ferns group and feel optimistic about helping them unlock that potential so they can take their cricket to the next level,โ€ says Sawyer.

Coaching and management are something Sawyer is very skilled at. He has previously been in this role for the Birmingham Phoenix and Sydney Sixers WBBL team in The Hundred.

Ben Sawyer, who is set to attend White Fern training camp at Bay Oval ahead of the Commonwealth Games, assisted Matthew Mott, the first head coach for the Australian women’s team.

The White Fern Appoints Ben Sawyer As Head Coach For NZ Women’s Cricket Team

West Indies tour included:-

The New Zealand women’s team has a lot on its plate which also includes a tour of the West Indies after the Commonwealth Games.

Sawyer added, “It will definitely be a learning process because I know the players. And they know me and my cricketing philosophy and coaching style.”

The White Fern Appoints Ben Sawyer As Head Coach For NZ Women’s Cricket Team

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Supporting Sawyer’s selection, the White Fern captain said: “We look forward to working with Ben and drawing on his experience.

She has been a key figure in the ongoing success of the Australian women’s team. And we hope we can tap into that bank. of experience and to grow together as a team”.

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