Regulation to assume control over U-19 group

Stuart worked with the BCB as the public group lead trainer during the 2011-2012 season

Bangladesh Cricket Board [BCB] has reported Stuart Law, the previous public group mentor, as the new Bangladesh men’s U19 lead trainer. It is perceived that the previous Australia cricketer will arrive at Dhaka in July and assume responsibility. Stuart is coming instead of Naved Newaz after the last option selected to enlist in the Sri Lankan public set-up finishing over four years in Bangladesh.

BCB president Nazmul Hasan made the declaration following an executive gathering at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium at Mirpur on Thursday. The BCB boss additionally named previous India cricketers Wasim Jaffer as the BCB batting mentor and will work with different groups and camps under BCB.

“We have selected Stuart Law and Wasim Jaffer. Stuart will join as the UN19 lead trainer while Wasim as BCB batting mentor and will work at different spots [teams and camps],” declared Nazmul to the media on Thursday.
Stuart previously worked with the BCB as the public group lead trainer during the 2011-2012 season. Under his direction Bangladesh played their very first Asia Cup last in 2012. The previous Australia cricketer’s last global task was with Afghanistan when he went along with them as lead trainer on a break premise during the visit through Bangladesh in March.

In the mean time, previous India player Jaffer filled in as the Bangladesh public batting specialist for a couple of months in 2019.