Logie appointed women’s head coach

West Indies Women’s interim coach Gus Logie.
Associated Press / Lynne Sladky

Trinidadian Gus Logie is now the interim head coach of the West Indies Women’s team.

He has replaced Henderson Springer who had performed head coach role since the removal of Vasbert Drakes.

In making the announcement, Cricket West Indies (CWI) also announced a new team manager in Evril Betty Lewis.

Logie will guide the preparation pf the women’s team for their month-long series against the visiting Indian team, which starts on Nov. 1 in Antigua.

Logie was the assistant coach of the women’s team since 2017. CWI in a release said the recruitment process for a new long-term head coach will begin immediately.

With interim manager Ann –Browne being promoted to the head women’s selector, Lewis will assume the manager’s role immediately for the international Home Series against India.

The Windies women will host the Indians for three Colonial Medical Insurance One-Day Internationals and five T20 Internationals from Nov. 1-20, with matches to be played in Antigua, St. Lucia and Guyana.

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