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Derbyshire head of cricket Arthur extends contract

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Derbyshire head of cricket Mickey Arthur has signed a three-year contract extension. Arthur was appointed in November 2021 after leaving Sri Lanka. Derbyshire achieved a club record nine wins in the 2022 group stage. Six players hit more than 1,000 runs across all formats last season.
Published 2 months ago · Derbyshire, United Kingdom

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Derbyshire head of cricket Arthur extends contract

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Mickey Arthur extends stay as Derbyshire’s head of cricket - Cricket365

Derbyshire’s head of cricket Mickey Arthur has penned a new three-year deal at the county. The appointment of the vastly experienced South African, who has coached his country on the international stage as well as Australia, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, was seen as a major coup and he has now committed himself for the long haul. His first season saw a swift upturn in T20 cricket, with a club record nine wins in the Vitality Blast, while the signing o…

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