Queen’s College hit a six appointing Caroline Foster new ‘Head of Cricket’.
Caroline Foster, the ex-England international will take up her new role at Queen’s College in March, bringing a wealth of experience and knowledge to the already impressive coaching team.
Her impressive cricket CV includes: having played in 9 Test matches, 58 One Day Internationals, and 19 Twenty20 Internationals for England between 2001 and 2011.
At county level, Caroline primarily played for Sussex, before ending her career with Somerset.
She also spent two Women’s National Cricket League seasons with South Australia. Caroline later became a chance to shine coaching ambassador with the Cricket Foundation.
The former England cricket player is relishing her new role and has told Tone News:
I am determined to continue strengthening the girls cricket offering at Queen’s and to maximise the opportunities for their development and play.
The cricket facilities at Queen’s are outstanding with both indoor and outdoor cricket nets I am extremely excited for this summer and can’t wait for our wonderfully kept greens to be buzzing with cricket of all levels.
Queen’s College continues to develop its all-round sporting provision, with expert coaches now in place in all areas.
The school’s sporting philosophy supports the elite athlete and the novice alike, encouraging fulfilling engagement with sport, for life and always with a smile on one’s face.