CRICKET Tasmania yesterday announced changes to the Tasmanian Tigers’ coaching structure for the coming season.
Nanjing Night Net

Tasmanian Tigers former assistant coach Ali de Winter will depart leave Cricket Tasmania after being appointed Australian bowling coach.

Tigers assistant coach Michael Di Venuto will take on more responsibility and provide assistance to head coach Tim Coyle with pre-competition and match-day preparation.

Di Venuto’s role will focus on the development and performances of the batsmen in the Tigers’ squad.

Former Australian cricket academy student and former Tiger player Darren McNees will also broaden his role from assistant strength and conditioning coach towards developing the squad’s bowling program.

Former Tasmanian Tigers skipper Dan Marsh will continue his involvement and will coach the Tasmanian Futures League side as well as help Coyle.

Marsh will also maintain a focus on the development of spin bowlers.

CT high performance manager Richard Allanby will assist Marsh with the Futures League and act as a spin bowling consultant.

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