Mark Coles Steps Down as Head Coach of Pakistan Women’s Cricket Team

mark coles steps down as head coach of pakistan women's cricket team

mark coles steps down as head coach of pakistan women’s cricket team

Mark Coles, who was leading Pakistan’s women’s national cricket team, has decided to resign from his position due to personal reasons, as confirmed by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Thursday.

Coles’ decision means that he won’t be able to guide the women’s team during the upcoming white-ball series against South Africa. The series is set to kick off on September 1 in Karachi.

This isn’t the first time Coles has been associated with the Pakistan women’s cricket team. He had previously served as the head coach of the team from 2017 to 2019. His return to the role came in April of this year when he was re-appointed as the head coach.

Coles’ departure leaves difficulties in a crucial coaching position for the team. The head coach plays a significant role in shaping the team’s strategies, training routines, and overall performance. The Pakistan women’s cricket team has shown commendable progress over the years, and Coles’ contributions have been part of that journey.

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The PCB has not yet announced who will take over the head coach position following Coles’ resignation. The board will likely consider candidates with the right experience and expertise to continue nurturing the growth of women’s cricket in Pakistan.

While Coles’ departure comes as a surprise, it’s important to acknowledge his personal reasons and wish him well for his future endeavors. The Pakistan women’s cricket team will undoubtedly continue to train hard and strive for success under new leadership in the upcoming series against South Africa.

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