JP Duminy in line for CSA T20 league coaching gig
The Paarl Royals in Cricket South Africa’s (CSA) new T20 league might be coached by JP Duminy.
The former Proteas batsman is currently in charge of the provincial Boland Rocks squad.
England’s white-ball captain Jos Buttler, West Indies left-arm fast bowler Obed McCoy, David Miller, and also uncapped all-rounder Corbin Bosch have all been signed by Paarl Royals, the sister team of IPL team Rajasthan Royals, for the Cricket South Africa’s (CSA) new Twenty20 league.
Richard das Neves, a former Easterns head coach, might be one of Duminy’s assistant coaches at the team that the Rajasthan Royals purchased, reported the Rapport newspaper.
Lance Klusener has already been named head coach of the Durban team, which is owned by the Lucknow Super Giants. While Stephen Fleming and Eric Simons will lead the Joburg franchise, which is owned by the Chennai Super Kings.
Adi Birrell, who lives on a farm close to Grahamstown and is from Hampshire. Therefore, he will be the coach of one of the other franchises, according to Rapport.
He confirmed that he was having conversations, but he was unable to clarify.