Former Sri Lankan quick bowler Lasith Malinga has been employed to coach younger gamers of various age teams in Australia, former quick bowler, Prabath Nissanka, who works with the Melbourne Cricket Teaching Academy in Australia confirmed.
Malinga had beforehand retired from the ODI and Take a look at format however performed on in T20Is with the hopes of constructing it to the T20 World Cup squad. As soon as it was confirmed that he had no place within the facet, the 38-year-old introduced retirement from the shortest format too.
Now, he will likely be working with the academy in serving to develop the potential in younger bowlers down underneath.
“We’re conducting a fast-bowling master-class with Malinga. This will likely be performed with the white ball to organize gamers for ODIs and T20s. He’s all set to start his teaching stints with the gamers at our academy. He may also practice the native coaches,” Nissanka mentioned in a dialog with Day by day Mirror.
Lasith Malinga’s teaching stint to final for six weeks
Nissanka offered additional particulars on the settlement between the events, stating that Lasith Malinga will likely be teaching for a interval of six weeks.
“We’re primarily specializing in giving information on the artwork of quick bowling, the strategies, and challenges to the youthful technology. We will likely be doing a collection of camps, organising matches. He will likely be with us for about six weeks and Malinga’s experience will present a great alternative for the gamers of Asian origins, particularly Sri Lankan and Indian gamers,” Nissanka talked about.
Recognized popularly as ‘Slinga Malinga’, the Lankan bowler has taken 101 wickets in 30 Exams, 338 wickets in 226 ODIs, and 107 wickets in 84 T20Is.