Bob Carter: New Zealand name ex-Northamptonshire boss as women’s coach

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New Zealand have called trainer Bob Carter and Northamptonshire player as their girls team’s new head coach.
He replaces former skipper Haidee Tiffen, who stood down in March after being asked to reapply for her role.
After two spells as coach of the men’s team, Carter, 59, had been in temporary charge of the White Ferns to their series against Australia.
His contract runs until the conclusion of this 2021 World Cup, held at New Zealand.
Carter’s new squad will assemble for a training camp later this season, however they are next in activity in January if they host South Africa, in the lead-up into the Women’s T20 World Cup in Australia which begins on 21 February.
However, for that championship he’ll be without captain Amy Satterthwaite, who declared that she’s expecting her first child in January with team-mate and spouse Lea Tahuhu.
Norfolk-born Carter was director of cricket in 1999 till his sacking in 2002, and had played for Northants between 1985 and 1978.
“It’s an exciting time to come on board with two massive world tournaments around the horizon,” he said.
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