Nathan Hauritz Appointed as Ireland Spin Coach
Former Australian spinner Nathan Hauritz has been named as the new spin bowling coach for the Ireland cricket team. Will work with both the men’s and women’s national teams. His appointment has been confirmed by Cricket Ireland.
This August, Nathan Hauritz will join the Irish team. The date has not yet been determined. The issue hinges on obtaining a work permit. Australia was represented by Nathan Hauritz from 2002 until 2011. During this period, he participated in 16 Tests, 56 One-Day Internationals, and 3 Twenty20s for the Ajit. His victim was 126 wickets at the moment.
Nathan Hauritz was a common sight in domestic cricket despite his absence from the national squad for a lengthy period. Domestically represented Queensland and New South Wales. In the Big Bash, he has also played for the Brisbane Heat, Sydney Thunders, and Melbourne Renegades.
In 69 domestic first-class matches, he has taken 18 wickets. He has captured 198 wickets in 162 List A matches and 35 wickets in 53 Twenty20 matches.
In 2020, Nathan Hauritz concluded his professional cricket career. However, he was unable to give up cricket, so he assumed the task of teaching the sport. Since 2020, he has served as the bowling coach for both the Queensland Fire and the Brisbane Heat of the Big Bash. This time, he assumed the role as bowling coach for Ireland.