Nepal Men

Barbadian cricket veteran Roderick Estwick appointed as Nepal’s bowling consultant

Roddy Estwick

The Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) has appointed a new bowling consultant for the Nepalese national cricket team. Barbados’ Roderick Orville Estwick will take charge as bowling consultant for the Nepal Men’s Senior Team.

Estwick, a former Barbadian first-class cricketer, has fulfilled the role of bowling coach for the West Indies cricket team. A 62-year-old individual has participated in 37 first-class matches and 42 List A matches.

“It is a privilege and an honor to be afforded the opportunity to work with Nepal cricket. I am eager to pass on my considerable knowledge acquired over 8 years of working with the West Indies Senior team. I have been following the progress, development, and rise of Nepal cricket and I will do everything within my power to continue to assist with the growth of cricket in Nepal. Can’t wait to get started”, Estwick said.

Roddy Estwick talks to the West Indies Under-19s team, Guyana, October 7, 2013

“I’m grateful to Roddy for joining Nepal Cricket as Bowling Coach. With his experience, especially from the West Indies Senior Team, I’m confident he’ll help our seamers develop. Welcome to our team, Roddy. Let’s work together to bring more smiles to players and fans”, head coach Monty Desai said.

“We’re thrilled to have Roderick O. Estwick on board as our bowling consultant. His extensive experience and deep knowledge will be invaluable for our World Cup preparations, especially his expertise in handling local conditions. His presence will significantly boost our readiness for the tournament. A warm welcome to him as we embrace him into Nepalese cricketing history.” – Paras Khadka, Secretary