Kent Cricket head coach Jimmy Adams signs contract extension to end of 2014 season
by Alex Hoad
Kent head coach Jimmy Adams has
agreed a contract extension which will see him remain at the St
Lawrence Ground until at least the end of the 2014 season.
The 45-year-old former West Indies
star took up the role ahead of the start of last season and almost
steered the club to promotion in his first campaign in charge.
Adams (pictured) said: "I am
extremely pleased that the county has seen fit to extend my
contract to 2014. I look forward to this continued involvement with
the county, and with it, the opportunity to work with an exciting
and talented group of players."
Kent’s chairman of cricket,
Graham Johnson added: "We are absolutely delighted with Jimmy’s
further commitment to Kent.
"2012 was very encouraging, he took
the role with a desire to create something sustainable. It’s great
that we can now plan with him to build on his first year over the
next two seasons."
Adams played more than 50 Test
matches and over 100 One Day Internationals for the West Indies
during a nine year international career which included a spell as
He has also been President of the Federation of International
Cricketers’ Association for the past five years.
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