Elton Chigumbura, Kyle Jarvis to serve as talent scouts for Zimbabwe

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28 Aug 2021 | 05:00 PM
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Elton Chigumbura, Kyle Jarvis to serve as talent scouts for Zimbabwe

Former Zimbabwe players Chigumbura and Jarvis are to serve as talent scouts for the national team

Under the leadership of Hamilton Masakadza, Zimbabwe Cricket have taken a forward step in appointing the former duo of Elton Chigumbura and Kyle Jarvis as the talent scouts for the national side. 

As per the release from the cricketing board, the duo would be responsible for bringing forward the talent and nurturing them to the next level.

Alongside that, the duo also are responsible for mentoring the talents from grassroots level all the way up the development pathway before they could step into the national side. 

"We are excited to have Elton and Kyle, who both excelled as players at the highest level of the international game, joining us as national talent scouts," Masakadza, ZC's Director of Cricket said. 

"They will play a very important role as we move to establish a fully structured scouting network that is designed to identify, track and develop talented players from the youth level who will be nurtured through our development system."

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