Australia-based David Hemp, the new coach for the Women Cricket team, will be arriving Pakistan on October 18th.
In his recent statement, David Hemp said lauded the countrymen, saying “Pakistan is full of surprising and talented people.
David Hemp expressed his determination to improve the performance of the Pakistan team and the ranking of the players.
Hemp has previously coached the Melbourne Stars’ and Victorian women’s cricket teams in Australia’s Women’s Big Bash League between 2015 and 2020 and is also a former Bermuda and Glamorgan captain.
Hemp played 271 first-class matches and scored over 15,000 runs for Glamorgan, Free State, and Warwickshire. He also represented Bermuda in 22 one-day internationals from 2006 to 2009, scoring 641 runs with a century and four half-centuries.
Hemp is a qualified UK level four coach who has had a coaching role with Australia’s team for cricketers with an intellectual disability called ‘Premier Cricket’s Prahran’ and was the director of coaching at Scotch College.