Sarah Taylor joins Sussex to take up a coaching role for the start of the 2021 season. Sarah will work with the club’s wicketkeepers on a part-time basis.
Sarah will bring a wealth of experience to the role. Across all formats, she made 226 appearances for England between 2006-19. During her international career, Sarah claimed over 200 victims behind the stumps as well as scoring over 6000 runs.
Speaking to sussexcricket.co.uk about her new coaching role, Sarah said,
“I’m really pleased about working with the club’s wicketkeepers. From Ben Brown and Phil Salt in the professional squad and down through the pathway, we have a really talented group of keepers at Sussex who I am looking forward to working with immensely. I want to share my experience and expertise to help them get the most out of their game. I’m a big believer in keeping things simple and perfecting the basics so that players can enjoy and express themselves with the gloves.”
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