Feeble England coach Paul Shaw has been named as head coach of the north-west females’s Mutter aspect, undoubtedly one of many eight new elite regional groups.
The aspect will draw avid gamers from Lancashire, Cheshire and Cumbria.
Shaw, 53, become England females’s head of performance – effectively the head coach – between 2013 and 2015.
He’ll also coach the Lancashire Mutter females’s county aspect, while his assistant will be veteran Leicestershire participant and coach Lloyd Tennant.
“I am thrilled to be taking over this new objective working with intelligent expertise from all the draw by Lancashire, Cheshire and Cumbria,” said Shaw.
“That is a terribly intelligent time to be interested with females’s cricket and with the introduction of the new elite boost rivals there hasn’t been a closer time to be a female cricketer on this country.”
With the 2020 home season truncated by the coronavirus pandemic, and the inaugural Ladies’s Hundred rivals cancelled, the eight regional sides – featuring the 25 avid gamers only in the near past awarded regional retainer contracts by the England and Wales Cricket Board – will play in a one-off 50-over rivals this summer season.