Meet the Coach

andy Flower (Head coach)

Though he was born in Cape Town, South Africa, Andy Flower played for Zimbabwe and is arguably their greatest ever cricketer. A wicketkeeper who batted at the top of the order, Andy and his younger brother Grant were the pillars of Zimbabwe's batting line-up.

Andy announced himself with an unbeaten century on ODI debut. A few months later, he scored a half-century on Test debut as well.

Andy led Zimbabwe to their first ever Test, and remained a leader even after he was no longer captain; he and Henry Olonga bravely stood up to the "death of democracy" in Zimbabwe during the 2003 World Cup, retiring from cricket after the tournament.

After his playing days, Andy took to coaching and found tremendous success. He was at the helm as England coach when they won the 2010 T20 World Cup - and perhaps more importantly to some, also presided over two Ashes victories for England.

He has had stints with various T20 franchises around the world and coached us to the title in the opening season of DPWorldILT20.

Coach Introduction