Nathan Dodd

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Nathan Dodd
Nathan Dodd
Personal information
Full nameNathan John Dodd
Born (1980-05-15) 15 May 1980 (age 43)
Gosford, New South Wales, Australia
BattingLeft-hand batsman
RoleSenior Assistant Coach of the Australian Cricket Team for Players with an Intellectual Disability
Domestic team information
2002-2004Kent Second XI
2003Worcestershire Second XI
2003Coventry and North Warwickshire
2007-2009Wests Illawarra Cricket Club
2009-2013Maroochydore Cricket Club
2013-2014Palmwoods Cricket Club
2014-2015Caloundra Cricket Club

Nathan Dodd (born 15th May 1980)[1] is a Cricket Australia High Performance Coach. He holds the current position of Senior Assistant Coach of the Australian Cricket Team for Players with an Intellectual Disability.[2] Nathan has worked under well known coaches Justin Langer and Phil Jaques.[3]

Coaching Career

He was appointed as the the Head Coach for Northern Territory Women’s and Indigenous Women’s team in 2016, Head Coach of the Pokhara Rhinos in 2018 for the Everest Premier League in Nepal, Consultant Development Coach for the NSW Blues in 2017 & 2018, and Consultant White Ball Coach for the Parramatta District Cricket Club in 2018 & 2019.[4]

Nathan was also the Senior Assistant Coach for Sandgate & Redcliffe, a cricket team that went on to win the coveted KFC Queensland T20 Premier League in 2017 and 2018.[5]

Playing Information

Manly (2000-2002)[6]

Kent Second XI (Second Eleven Championship: 2002-2004)[7]

Worcestershire Second XI (Second Eleven Championship: 2003)[8]

Coventry and North Warwickshire (Birmingham Premier League: 2003)[9]

Holmesdale (Kent Cricket League: 2004)[10]

Wests Illawarra Cricket Club (2007-2009)[11]

Maroochydore Cricket Club (2009-2013)[12]

Palmwoods Cricket Club (2013-2014)[13]

Caloundra Cricket Club (2014-2015)[14]

Coaching Information

Northern Territory Women’s and Indigenous Women’s team (2016)[15]

NSW Blues (Development Coach 2017-2018)[16][17]

Sandgate & Redcliffe (2017-2018)[18]

Pokhara Rhinos (Head Coach 2018)[19]

Parramatta District Cricket Club (White Ball Coach 2018-2019)[20]



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