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Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Gary Stead Named As New Head Coach Of New Zealand.

Gary Stead Named As New Head Coach Of New Zealand.@HitmeSix

Gary Stead has been named New Zealand's head coach, it was announced on Wednesday (August 15). The former New Zealand batsman has penned down a two-year contract after Mike Hesson decided to step down in June this year.

 He has also played 101 first-class matches scoring 4984 runs at 32.15.

Stead's first assignment will be the series against Pakistan in UAE in October.
Hesson had held the position since 2012 and decided to step down to take a break from the rigours of international cricket, to spend more time with his wife and children.
"This job requires 100 per cent commitment and is all consuming," he had said then. "I know what's required over the next 12 months, but if I'm honest, I don't feel I have the capacity to give the job what it deserves. NZC, in particular, David White and the board, have given me incredible support, including flexibility and options. But the idea of missing a match, a tour or a format, as has been proposed at different times, has never sat well with me.
"I couldn't let this opportunity pass without acknowledging my wife Kate and our daughters Holly and Charlie, who have sacrificed so much for me over the past six years. And I just want to place on record my gratitude to all the players and support staff. I love the team and have great hopes about what they will be able to achieve. I'll always be a supporter."

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