Following an end of season review, Glamorgan will return to a structure of one Head Coach for the 2024 season.
The role was split for 2023 with Matthew Maynard leading the team in County Championship Cricket and Mark Alleyne joining the club to take the reigns in the shorter formats.
Matthew Maynard stepped down from his position at the end of the 2023 season after five years at the helm and, after reviewing the season, it has been decided that there will be a return to a coaching structure behind a single Head Coach moving forward.
Mark Alleyne will remain as part of the coaching staff with players returning to training this week after their end of season break.
Director of Cricket Mark Wallace commented: “We will return to one Head Coach for the 2024 season after splitting the position in 2023.
“There were some positive elements with the split coaching model, and both Matthew and Mark embraced it and managed their areas well. However, with the hectic nature of the schedule and the need for players to switch across formats, we’ve decided to move back to a more traditional structure moving forward.
“The job is now being advertised and we are looking for the right candidate for this exciting role to be in place early in the new year.”
The Club welcomes applications for the role of Head Coach from a fully diverse range of candidates, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, pregnancy or maternity, sexual orientation, faith or disability.
To find out more about the position, please click HERE.