Chandika Hathurusinghe returned to New South Wales

Former Bangladesh and Sri Lanka coach Chandika Hathurusinghe was the assistant coach of the Australian state team New South Wales from 2010 to 2014. Hathurusinghe returned to that old address. Hathurusinghe was given as the job of batting and senior assistant coach in New South Wales.

Hathurusinghe stepped down from the post of New South Wales in 2014 and became the coach of Bangladesh. He resigned as a coach in the middle of Bangladesh’s tour of South Africa in 2016.
Hathurusinghe became the coach of the Sri Lankan cricket team in December of the same year. However, he could not shine for his own country, as he did for Bangladesh. The Tigers also had great success under him.

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Hathurusinghe canceled the contract before the expiration of the Sri Lankan team’s failure in the 2019 ODI World Cup due to lack of coordination with the board.

Hathurusinghe was away from cricket for some time after leaving Sri Lanka. He finally signed with New South Wales again. Hathuru will serve as assistant to New South Wales head coach Phil Jacks. They will be accompanied by pace bowling coach Andre Adams and spin bowling coach Anthony Clarke.
New South Wales English batting coach Michael Yardi has stepped down and Hathurusinghe will be replaced by Hathurusinghe.

“The experience of working for New South Wales is the best,” Hathurusinghe said in a statement. “The best thing here is that there are many talented players and many also come here to learn. I have experience working with players like Michael Clarke, Brad Haddin, Shane Watson.”

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