The Australian coach was expected to join last year, but couldn’t travel to India because of Covid-19-related issues

Dav Whatmore, who had signed with Baroda in the Indian domestic circuit as director of cricket last year but couldn’t get started due to visa-related issues because of the Covid-19 pandemic, has resumed work with the team. His original contract with Baroda was for two years, and – despite having worked with the Nepal men’s national team for a period in between – he will now be with Baroda till the end of the upcoming 2021-22 season.

His work as the chief of the Baroda support staff, as he had explained to ESPNcricinfo, was with the senior team, in the main, but also to “lay down a structure at the Under-19 and Under-23 levels to create a feeder system, along with the local coaches”. That, Baroda Cricket Association CEO Shishir Hattangadi said, “will continue to be his profile”.

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