Jack's been playing cricket for as long as he can remember, joining Ashbrittle Cricket Club aged eight. Since then he has fine-tuned his skill-set to become an effective medium paced bowler. During his time at Cardiff Metropolitan University, Jack helped the first team to British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) indoor title in 2012, and was runner up in 2013.
In his role as full-time coach, Jack oversees the coaching programme of the University men's 2nd, 3rd and 4th teams, whilst also assisting the ladies' 1st team. Jack also heads up the Exeter College development programme and is responsible for junior coaching, including holiday activities.
- England Cricket Board Level 2 Cricket Coach
Jack is available for one to one coaching sessions for all ages and abilities.
Phone: 01392 725069
Trevor is a UKCC Level three qualified coach and an ECB Coach Educator. He has coached in Devon for over seven years, and worked with new and aspiring coaches for three years. His experience includes 1:1 and group coaching across Devon, including a wide range of County age groups also previously working with the County Disabled squad.
Trevor is currently Head Coach for Devon Women and Exeter University Women and works with a number of players on the England Development program. He also coaches at a number of Devon clubs, including Sidmouth CC who won the Premier League title in 2014.
Matt qualified as a coach in 2005 and has since gone on to complete the ECB Level 3 Coaching qualification. Matt has been involved with cricket since the age of 8. Starting obviously as a player, playing through all the county age group teams, whilst also playing at his home town club of Sidmouth.
He scored 201* v Cornwall u17’s, the only age group double centurion. Matt has been a part of Sidmouth's ‘purple patch’ of success being involved in all five premier league title victories. Matt's full time job is the Development Officer for Devon Cricket.
Qualifications - ECB Level 3 Coach, ECB Coach Educator and Assessor.
Sandy is an ECB Level 3 coach working with the University of Exeter and Devon Cricket Board. Sandy started as a player for Warwickshire CCC playing through the age groups and making his First Class debut at the age of 16 years old, the second youngest in their history. He then moved to Devon to read Exercise & Sport Sciences at the University of Exeter, graduating in 2008. Whilst being in Devon, Sandy has been part of a successful era in Devon cricket where he played for the full County side winning both the MCCA cup and championship twice, as well as reaching the NatWest National T20 club final with Exmouth CC.
Sandy now spends his time concentrating on his coaching where he work closely with the University sides, Exeter College and the Devon County age group sides as well as the Emerging Player Programme.