Ruan Louw has been appointed as Head of Cricket replacing former Alumni and Level 4 ECB coach Sandy Allen who continues his coaching as pathway and coaching manager for Devon Cricket.
Louw, who has a Level 4 English Cricket Board master coach qualification, has previously held roles at Middlesex Cricket (2013-15), The University of York Head Coach (2015-17), Yorkshire County Cricket Club Women’s 1st XI Head Coach (2016-17) and most recently Coaching Director at Nelson Cricket Association, Nelson, New Zealand (2017-18).
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.
Qualifications: England Cricket Board Level 2 Cricket Coach.
Jack is available for one to one coaching sessions for all ages and abilities.