Mark Alleyne appointed as Glamorgan white-ball head coach
Former England all-rounder Mark Alleyne has been appointed Glamorgan’s new white-ball head coach.
Alleyne, who played 10 one-day internationals between 1999 and 2000, will oversee Glamorgan’s Vitality Blast and Royal London One-Day Cup campaigns and also work alongside red-ball head coach Matthew Maynard.
“This unique splitting of the domestic roles – often reserved for international teams – tells me the club are serious about competing on all fronts,” Alleyne, 54, told the official Glamorgan website.
“Working in the white-ball coaching team with England in 2022 has given me the stimulus to make a big mark domestically. I am here unequivocally to do just that.”
Alleyne played for Gloucestershire between 1986 and 2005, scoring over 23,000 runs and taking 850 wickets in all forms of cricket.
He had a three-year spell as Gloucestershire head coach until 2007 before succeeding Clive Radley as head coach of the MCC two years later.
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