West Indies legend Shivnarine Chanderpaul has been appointed head coach of the USA ladies’s nationwide staff.
The 47-year-old performed 164 Tests, scoring 11,867 runs, in a world profession spanning 21 years.
Only Brian Lara has scored extra runs for West Indies than Chanderpaul’s 20,988 throughout all three codecs.
He will even be answerable for the ladies’s under-19 aspect, beginning with the Rising Stars T20 Championship in Trinidad and Tobago this week.
“I am excited to have been appointed,” Chanderpaul stated. “The women’s game is something I am a huge advocate of, and I have followed the progress of the USA women’s national team with keen interest.
“I’ve loved being concerned in American cricket over time as a resident of Orlando, so to be given this chance to turn out to be the top coach for USA Cricket is an unimaginable one.”
The USA are an affiliate nation, the step under the key sides, and are at the moment twenty eighth within the ladies’s Twenty20 worldwide rankings.