Clay Smith Appointed National Senior Coach

December 18, 2015

The Bermuda Cricket Board confirmed that Clay Smith has been appointed the National Senior Coach, saying his appointment “comes after an extensive and rigorous interview process that included a presentation, an interview and a practical assessment.”

Gershon Gibbons, Neil Speight, and Clay Smith

BCB Gershon Gibbons, Neil Speight, Clay Smith Bermuda Dec 18 2015

The BCB’s Neil Speight said, “The BCB are very fortunate to have had top notch candidates vying for this post. Clay has a proven track record as a coach and a player and he brings with him an abundance of passion and national pride.

“I am particularly heartened that both Arnold Manders and Lorenzo Tucker will continue to play key roles in the High Performance arena of Bermuda cricket, their experience, expertise and diverse skill sets will play a huge part in making sure that no stone is left unturned in improving the international status of our senior men’s team.”

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  1. smh says:

    wow. the coach of the most distruptive team in cricket last season(cleveland) gets the job to coach the national team. looking forward to seeing bermuda play that Cleveland brand of cricket. (sarcasm).

  2. Jiggs Bda says:

    Good coach,

    Despite shortcomings, which we all have, Clay brings a can do, hands on attitude to the post… I wish him well

  3. st. george says:

    Sad. I was hoping Herbie Bascome Jr. would of been successful. We have not matured to have an honest rasta? Best wishes to Clay, he will have to step up his game.

    • Rockfish#1 and #2 says:

      Not sure Bascome’s rasta beliefs have anything to do with his not being selected…..please explain.

  4. Alvin Williams says:

    Herbie Bascome should be involved also.