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..... AnD MAttHeW Mott


Matthew Mott, who signed a three-year deal to become Glamorgan’s 1st XI coach in January 2011, has a fine record in domestic cricket in Australia. Matthew made his first-class debut for Queensland in 1994/95, but despite producing a number of valuable innings - none more so than his 86 in the 1996/97 Sheffield Shield final victory - the left-hander never secured a regular berth in the Queensland side.


He relocated to Victoria ahead of the 1998/99 season, and his fierce determination, solid work ethic, and great value as a team man saw him subsequently secure a regular place at number three in Victoria’s line-up, with a personal highlight being an innings of 216 against New South Wales in 2002/03. Matthew also had a productive playing career in the Lancashire League with Church, Lowerhouse and Rawtenstall, besides playing for Holland in 2003 and 2004.


After retiring from playing in 2004, Matthew embarked on his coaching career, initially as an assistant with New South Wales as well as working with Australia’s Under-19 World Cup team in 2005. In 2007 he was promoted to the senior coaching position with New South Wales and during his reign he experienced notable success with the state side, who have won both the Sheffield Shield and domestic Twenty20 competition, whilst in October 2009 he took New South Wales to the inaugural Champions League event in India where they defeated Trinidad and Tobago in the final.


The 37 year-old was also the assistant coach to the Australian Twenty20 team that reached the final of the 2010 ICC World Cup in the West Indies and he is justifiably regarded as a future coach of a Test side. Indeed, during his tenure with New South Wales, a number of younger players from his state side have gone on to play for Australia including Philip Hughes, Steve Smith, Moises Henriques, Josh Hazlewood and, in the recent Ashes series, Usman Khawaja


Colin Metson, Glamorgan’s Managing Director of Cricket was thrilled with Matthew’s appointment with the Welsh county. “We are delighted to have secured Matthew Mott as our new 1st XI Coach. He has a proven track record of success and I look forward to working with him when he arrives following the completion of his coaching com- mitments in Australia. Our new captain, Alviro Petersen is also looking forward to working in partnership with him to deliver success on the playing field”.


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