Law moves quickly following Bangladesh exit

by Setanta Staff , 17 April 2012

Former Bangladesh coach Stuart Law has been appointed as a high performance coach at Australia's centre of excellence.

Law quit his post in Bangladesh earlier this week, but has moved quickly to secure his future and will assume his new role once the contract for his previous job expires in June.

The 43-year-old cited family reasons as the key factor behind his decision to return to his native Australia, and Law says he is now relishing the opportunity to spend more time with them while helping to make a difference in cricket at foundation level.

"The opportunity to return home to be closer with family and work in Brisbane with Australia's established and emerging talent was too good to pass up," he said.

"As a member of the first intake of the former Cricket Academy, I'm a passionate believer in the centre of excellence and look forward to working with the rest of the high performance team, as well as the state and territory associations, to deliver programs that will develop and prepare players for the challenge of achieving sustained international success."

Law added that he had left his position with the Bangladesh Cricket Board on good terms, and wished the players well in their future endeavours.

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