Head Coach: Stuart Law
Law was appointed to the Head Coach position in February 2017. Previously, he had brief stints as head coach with Sri Lanka in 2011 and Bangladesh from 2011-12 and has been a part of many coaching units around the globe. As a player, he only appeared in a single Test match, but featured in 54 One-Day Internationals, as a top-order batsman. Law took over the role at an important junction in Windies Cricket, but is excited for the task ahead. Upon appointment, he was quoted as saying, “I am excited at the opportunity to contribute to what I think is an interesting time for West Indies.”
Assistant Coach (Fielding): Jeffrey Gay
To come soon…
Bowling Coach: Roderick Estwick
Estwick is a former Barbados cricketer, who also toured with a West Indies team to Zimbabwe in the 1983-84 cricketing season. He was appointed to the position in May 2016, replacing Sir Curtly Ambrose. Previously, he was bowling coach of the senior Barbados men’s cricket team, having performed the same duties with the Barbados and West Indies teams before that.
Assistant Coach (Batting): Toby Radford
Radford is a Welsh cricket coach, who benefits his teams in more ways than one. Having been a player and former administrator, he understands and approaches the game in a comprehensive, methodical manner. After ending his stint with Sussex and rechanneling his energy to focus on the coaching and administrative sides of cricket, Toby played two full seasons for Berkshire, while serving as their Development Officer. Thereafter, he returned to Middlesex to become the Head Coach at their Academy, but was temporarily asked to occupy that role in regards to the first-team, when Richard Pybus left it vacant in the summer of 2007. His performance in that role lead to a full-time appointment in 2008 and he responded by leading the team to the English Twenty20 Cup. He made his move to the Caribbean in 2010, becoming Director of the Cricket West Indies High Performance Centre, then located in Barbados. In 2012, Cricket West Indies appointed Radford as an Assistant Coach on the Senior Men’s team, with a special focus on batting.
Operations Team Manager: Joel Garner
Joel Garner is considered one of the greats of West Indies Cricket. He was a part of the illustrious West Indies Test team, which went unbeaten for 15 straight games in the 80’s. He thereafter served cricket in numerous capacities. He had served as interim Manager of the West Indies team for a brief period between 2009 and 2010. He was also the long-term President of the Barbados Cricket Association, while serving as a Director at Cricket West Indies and served as Manager of the A-team before being appointed to his current role in July 2016.
Physio: CJ Clarke
Strength and Conditioning: Ronald Rogers
Performance Analyst: Dexter Augustus
Media Manager: Philip Spooner
Head Coach: Graeme West
Having graduated from Brunel University with a Degree in Leisure Management, Graeme began coaching at the grassroots level in Primary and Secondary Schools for the Middlesex Cricket Board and London Schools Cricket Project. After passing the ECB Level Three Coaching Award in 1999, he fulfilled a range of roles within the Middlesex CCC Youth System and was promoted to the role of Academy Director in 2008. Two years later Graeme completed the ECB Level Four Coaching Award and led the Middlesex Under 17 side to National success for the second time in three years. With 17 years coaching experience at Middlesex, Graeme made the move to the Caribbean in 2012 to take up the role of Head Coach at the High Performance Centre in Barbados. In the last 18 months, he has taken on additional coaching responsibilities with both the West Indies Under 19 and ‘A’ teams.
Physio: Khevyn Williams
Khevyn Williams has been a physiotherapist for 11 years, graduating with a Master’s of Physiotherapy from The University of Sydney in Australia. With a Bachelor’s of Pure and Applied Science with a major in Psychology from York University, in Toronto Canada, an Applied Diploma in Fitness and Lifestyle Management from George Brown College in Toronto Canada, and as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist from NSCA.Khevyn was a part of the winning West Indies Under 19 World Cup team in 2016 in Bangladesh. He has also provided physiotherapy services for 2 different CPL franchises, the Jamaica Tallawahs and the St. Kitt’s Patriots. He has represented the West Indies as physiotherapist for various A teams and President XI teams as well.
Strength and Conditioning: Zephyrinus Nicholas
Zephyrinus Nicholas is a certified Sports Therapist & Strength and Conditioning Coach for the past fifteen (15) years with additional certification in Active Release Techniques (A.R.T), Performance Enhancement Specialist and Corrective Exercise Specialist. He is currently a highly skilled massage therapist in Sports and Remedial massage techniques and methods. Having gained a wealth of knowledge and experience, Zephyrinus has acquired solid educational accreditation and is developed in Strength and Conditioning, Functional Training and Soft Tissue Rehabilitation. He has worked with various West Indies teams and T&T Olympic Teams (2012 & 2016) and TTCB Academy. Zephyrinus is passionate about educating and bringing awareness about strength and conditioning, wellness, reduce injuries in training and performance.
Team Manager: Dwain Gill
Dwain Gill is a Lecturer at the T.A. Marryshow Community College in Grenada. In addition to a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Masters of Business Administration, he has completed certificates in Cricket and Sports Management. While residing in Barbados from 1980 – 1997, Gill Captained the Barbados U16 team on a historic tour of the UK in 1991 and also represented Combined Schools among others. On returning to Grenada in 1997, Gill represented GCC in the St. George’s Cricket league before turning his attention to coaching. He is a CWI Level Two Coach and has also functioned as an Analyst for the West Indies U19 Team as well as coach of the Windward Islands U15 team. He is the Manager of the St. Lucia Zouks in the CPL, the West Indies A Team, and the World Champion West Indies U19 Team. Gill served as a Vice-President of the GCA from 2013 before taking up the Presidency in May 2014. He is a Director on the Windward Islands Cricket Board of Control (WICBC) as well as the Windward Islands Volacnoes.
Analyst: Dinesh Mahabir
Dinesh is currently part of the support staff in the specialist role of Cricket Analyst. He is also a certified Level 3 Cricket Australia High Performance Coach. He has been employed with the TTCB as an Analyst for 8+ years working with the T&T Team. He has led the implementation and use of player video and data analytics in T&T which has been used in all competitions. There has also been a focus on biomechanics sessions, specifically in the area of bowling actions. With a focus on development; video, data and biomechanics analysis has been introduced and is now part of TTCB National Academy and the T&T U19 & U17 teams. Dinesh has also previously worked with the West Indies Women’s team over a period which culminated in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2013.