Law appointed as advisor for Bangladesh U-19 Cricket team, Latest Cricket News, Cricket News, Match Previews, Ball By Ball Cricinfo Highlights, team, bangladesh cricket team , bangladesh cricket news, Live Scorecard, Live Highlights, bangladesh cricket team players, Live Cricket News, Cricket News, Espnstrar Cricket News, Live Cricket Scores Match and Toss Prediction, Cricbuzz, Yahoo and Espncricinfo Teams Preview Live Only on todayprediction.in
Former test batsman and Queensland coach, Stuart Law has been appointed as advisor for Bangladesh U-19 cricket team ahead of next year’s under 19 Cricket World Cup. The 46 year old Stuart Law has also coached senior Bangladesh Cricket Team. During his stay as a coach, Bangladesh team reached finals of Asia Cup.
He left the team after giving family reasons. Law has already left coaching Queensland and Brisbane heat during the last summer. He has also played the role of assistant coach for Sri Lanka Cricket team. During his cricketing career, Stuart Law played one test and also 54 ODI for Australia during 1990. It would be an important appointment for Bangladesh Cricket team as considered as a milestone by Bangladesh Cricket Board CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury.
Nizamuddin Chowdhury said, “He had a remarkable playing career at the top level and has vast experience of coaching both established and emerging cricketers. We are very happy to get him on board ahead of this massive competition for our boys.”
He also added that Law would be an great mentor for budding U-19 players and could prove to be important factor which can improve performances at Under 19 level. Law had a great career and has experience of coaching both emerging and established teams. Bangladesh Cricket Board seems happy to have him on board as it would be crucial for their U-19 team success. Law would be joining the team late in August and will be building up the team for Under-19 world cup starting in February 2016. On the other hand, U-19 Bangladesh has already showed a lot of potential after beating U-19 champions South Africa at both home and away encounters. With help of Stuart Law, the team is looking as a strong contendor for ICC U-19 World Cup 2016. Stuart Law was a member of Australia world cup winning side in 1996 and has enjoyed great success in English county cricket with 79 centuries and average of 50. Bangladesh is looking to improve their U-19 squad and senior squad and focusing strongly on cricket.