The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has announced on Monday that Mark Alleyne and Neil Killeen will join Mathew Mott’s coaching group for England’s three-match ODI series vs Netherlands this week.
While the senior men’s team will in the ongoing Test series vs New Zealand.
While Alleyne will be the batting coach, Killeen will serve as the pace bowling coach alongside Richard Dawson and Carl Hopkinson, who make up the rest of Mott’s coaching staff.
Alleyne, who played ten ODIs for England, also holds the positions of a Test scout for ECB, assistant coach of Welsh Fire in The Hundred and Assistant Director of Sport at Marlborough College. Killeen, on the other hand, works as assistant Lead & Bowling Coach at Durham County Cricket Club.
“I am really looking forward to joining up with England’s white ball squad for the ODI series, it’s a great opportunity to work with new head coach Matthew Mott and captain Eoin Morgan alongside an exciting new squad. Hopefully the knowledge and experiences I gain can be brought back and assist in benefiting Durham ahead of our last few T20 games and into the Royal London campaign,” said Killeen on his appointment.
Eoin Morgan will lead the team and the series will kick off on June 19.