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Last Updated: Friday, 21 November, 2003, 14:32 GMT
New coaches for England women
B Daniels
Daniels played in the winning World Cup team in 1993
Former international Barbara Daniels has been appointed head development coach for the England women's team.

She is the key appointment of several new selections in the coaching ranks under Richard Bates.

Head coach Bates has named former team analyst Neil Rider as his assistant. And Charlotte Dickinson, a Surrey player, will assist Daniels.

Two new selectors have also been appointed. Michel Griggs and Keven Roberts join Patsy Lovell.

Gill McConway, executive director for women's cricket in England, said: "I'm delighted to welcome such a dedicated, hard-working and talented team to assist in the running of women's cricket in England and Wales.

"We have made significant strides in the past four years and these appointments provide the foundation for further advancements in the future."

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