(CPL) The Guyana Amazon Warriors have appointed South African Johan Botha as their Head Coach and present Guyana and West Indies A Workforce Supervisor Rayon Griffith as his Assistant Coach. They’ll take cost for the 2018 Hero Caribbean Premier League which runs on eight August to 16 September.
Botha has had earlier teaching expertise on the Pakistan Tremendous League with Islamabad United and Multan Sultans. Botha has additionally performed on the Hero CPL, successful the title with the Trinbago Knight Riders in 2015.
As a participant Botha represented South Africa in Exams, ODIs and T20 Internationals, claiming 126 wickets for his nation.
Griffith has represented the Guyana nationwide staff and the West Indies B facet in regional tournaments and has had a really profitable stint as the present Assistant Coach/Supervisor of the Guyana Jaguars, contributing to them successful the West Indies 4-Day Skilled League for 4 consecutive years.
Talking of his appointment, Botha expressed his pleasure in regards to the problem forward. “I really enjoyed my time with the Hero CPL as a player, and I can’t wait to get underway as a coach. The squad that the Amazon Warriors have put together for this year is really impressive and I am sure we will be challenging for the title at the end of the season.”
Workforce and Operations Supervisor of the Guyana Amazon Warriors, Omar Khan, expressed optimism on Botha’s and Griffith’s appointments. “The management of the franchise puts in continuous effort to do things differently with the aim of winning the title. After getting so close over the years was are delighted to have Johan and Rayon at the helm of our coaching staff this year. They are both very professional and are very much involved in cricket coaching and development and are expected to bring new ideas and initiatives to the team set-up.”