David Hemp Pakistan Women’s Head Coach Set To Leave In October

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David Hemp took over as the head coach of the Pakistan Women’s team from Iqbal Imam in 2019, Imam Iqbal was serving as the interim head coach and later David Hemp took over the charge.

David Hemp recently led the Pakistan team in the Women’s World Cup qualifier, Women’s World Cup 2022, and in the Commonwealth Games last month.

Pakistan Cricket Board women’s wing head Tania Mallick was sad and emotional in her speech, where she said “It is sad to lose someone of David’s caliber, enthusiasm, and strong work ethics, but at the same, we also understand and accept that family has to come first. The PCB thanks David for all his efforts and contributions, and wishes him the best of luck in his future endeavors.”

David Hemp thanked the whole Pakistan Cricket Board, especially the Women’s wing and the squad for creating a pleasant work atmosphere, he further went on to say that “I will remain a big fan of Pakistan women’s cricket, will continue to follow their progress with excitement and remain confident that better results and successes await them down the road.”

When asked about his experience as the head coach, he had some emotional words to say, he said “It has been incredibly enjoyable and satisfying working with the girls. Although results in the international arena may not truly reflect the hard work and effort that went into the planning and preparations, I am satisfied that I gave my very best and the girls equally responded.”

He was happy that Fatima Sana won the ICC Emerging Cricketer of the year in 2021 under his coaching, she was the first ever Pakistani woman to win the ICC Cricketer of the month award.

Pakistan has not announced anyone as their head coach but they are looking at the options available and will make a decision soon. David Hemp concluded his statement by saying “I will remain a big fan of Pakistan women’s cricket, will continue to follow their progress with excitement, and remain confident that better results and successes await them down the road.”

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