Lancashire Assistant Coach Carl Crowe Departs for New Opportunities

Lancashire Assistant Coach Carl Crowe Departs for New Opportunities

Carl Crowe, Lancashire’s assistant coach, has bid farewell to the club after a mutually agreed departure on the cusp of the 2024 county season. The 48-year-old, who played 83 professional games between 1995 and 2009, has decided to explore new coaching opportunities.

Crowe’s coaching journey with Lancashire began as a consultant coach for the spinners in 2020 and 2021. He then transitioned to a full-time assistant role in late 2021. Prior to his time at Emirates Old Trafford, Crowe had established a strong reputation on the T20 franchise circuit, notably through his work with Sunil Narine.

“I have cherished my time at Emirates Old Trafford, but I believe it’s the right moment in my coaching career to move on and embrace new challenges,” Crowe said. “It was an honor to serve the Red Rose, and I am confident that this team has a bright future ahead. I extend my best wishes to Dale, Keaton, the players, and our loyal supporters.”

Director of Cricket Performance Mark Chilton expressed his gratitude for Crowe’s contributions. “Carl has made the decision to pursue new opportunities, and we fully support his choice. We appreciate his hard work since joining us permanently in 2021 and wish him all the best in his future endeavors,” Chilton said.

“Our relationship with Carl has been extremely positive, and we would welcome the opportunity to collaborate again in the future if the right circumstances arise. We are actively seeking a replacement for the coaching staff and will announce the appointment in due course.”

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