Big Breaking : RCB Women appoints Ben Sawyer as head coach

Ben Sawyer

Prior to the Women’s Premier League starting next month, Ben Sawyer, the head coach of the New Zealand women’s team, has been recruited to lead Royal Challengers Bangalore (WPL). In addition, Sawyer, 45, is currently Birmingham Phoenix’s coach in The Hundred. In addition to being the assistant coach for the Australian women’s team, he also served as the head coach of the Sydney Sixers in the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL).

With Australia, Sawyer has won three World Cups. a pro at rapid bowling. He also won BBL championships with the Sydney Sixers. In a video uploaded on the tema’s twitter account, RCB Director of Cricket Operations Mike Hesson stated that the player had also advanced to the Hundred finals.

He has been involved in women’s cricket for more than 20 years, is intimately familiar with the rules and the players. In addition, he has been heavily involved in our preparations for the auction. Maloran Rangarajan, the assistant coach and director of scouting, VR Vanitha, the scout and fielding coach, and RX Murali will support Sawyer (batting coach).

Dr. Harini will serve as the team’s manager and physician during the competition, and the other support staff members include Head Athletic Therapist Navnita Gautam, Strength and Conditioning Coach Huzefa Talib, Head Physiotherapist Sabyasachi Sahoo, and Head of Operations Soumyadeep Pyne.

Sania Mirza, a tennis icon, was designated the side’s coach earlier in the day by RCB for the WPL, which will take place in Mumbai from March 4 to 26.

Smriti Mandhana, Australia’s Ellyse Perry, Megan Schutt, New Zealand captain Sophie Devine, England captain Heather Knight, South African all-rounder Dane Van Niekerk, along with Richa Ghosh, were among the big-name women’s cricket players that RCB acquired during the WPL auction on Monday in Mumbai.

On March 5, RCB will play its season opener at the Brabourne Stadium against the Delhi Capitals.