All the coaches have been named for the inaugural edition of The Hundred, an eight-team competition spread across five weeks that is set to launch next summer.
Former Australia coach Darren Lehmann and England World Cup winner Danielle Hazell have signed up as head coaches of the Leeds-based teams in next year’s inaugural edition of The Hundred.
Former India and South Africa coach Gary Kirsten will take charge of the men’s Cardiff-based side for the inaugural edition of The Hundred next year.
Shane Warne plans to get pop star Ed Sheeran involved in the Hundred when he takes over the Lord’s-based London team.
Former Australia leg-spinner Shane Warne will coach the Lord’s-based London team in next year’s Hundred.
Ashley Giles would like to see opportunities for English coaches in The Hundred but admits the top jobs in the new competition might be dominated by star names from overseas.
England’s watershed World Cup win has dealt cricket “a huge adrenaline shot” in its bid to find a new audience.