MELBOURNE: Former Australia wicket-keeper Brad Haddin will move into coaching to transmit their knowledge to the next generation of local cricket players, said coach Darren Lehmann.
The 37-year-old Haddin retired last week after keeping wickets in 66 tests, scoring 3,266 runs at an average of 32.98 and took 262 catches. We can not afford to lose these guys in the game,” said Lehmann Adelaide station 5AA. We need to pass on knowledge to the next generation, they will be useful.
“He’s going to do some work training wise New South Wales, and will get involved with the (low) and 19s (Under) 17s Australian programs, and might even be able to take it with (the men’s team of Australia) occasionally.
“It is a great stage for moving forward with the next stage of his life and career.
“We believe it is a very important part of what we started and we love the way it goes and what it does.”