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Former South Africa player Ashwell Prince takes over as full-time Bangladesh batting coach ahead of T20 World Cup

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Ashwell Prince has resigned as head coach of South Africa’s Western Province to take up a permanent role as batting coach of the Bangladesh men’s national team. His present stint will be till the end of the 2022 men’s T20I World Cup, to be played in Australia in October-November.
Prince was in charge of the Cobras – the franchise which has now dissolved into Western Province, Boland and South Western Districts – from the 2016-17 season and has been with Bangladesh in a temporary capacity since their tour of Zimbabwe last month. He remained with them during their historic T20I series win over Australia more recently, and will now be part of the set-up for the T20I World Cup later in the year.

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