Vacant T&T head coach position attracts foreign interest
The vacant position for head coach of the Trinidad and Tobago national cricket team has attracted foreign interest.
Applications to the board have arrived from coaches in Pakistan, South Africa, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
The Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board has appointed a committee to handle the interview process for the post. They will begin their work today an official of the board told Guardian Media on Monday.
Two locals have also shown interest in the job including incumbent coach Mervyn Dillon who has reapplied.
T&T Red Force has not won the regional four-day tournament since 2006. Red Force is better known for its prowess in the shorter version of the game. It dominated T20 cricket in the region before the advent of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL).
The Red Force represented the region in four Champions League Tournaments and has won 13 titles in the regional 50 overs tournament.