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ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 winning Head Coach of Australia, Matthew Mott will be appearing alongside Anju Jain Bangladesh Head Coach on 100% Dedication this Wednesday.

• Australia women’s Head Coach Matthew Mott and Bangladesh women’s Head Coach Anju Jain confirmed as guests on the third edition in the 100% Cricket Leading the Game series

• Webinar focus will be on coaching female teams and players to reach their full potential

• Sign up for free here

ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 winning Head Coach of Australia, Matthew Mott will be appearing alongside Anju Jain the Bangladesh Head Coach on 100% Dedication this Wednesday, the third webinar in the 100% Cricket Leading the Game series.

100% Dedication will be hosted by Mel Jones where the topic of conversation will be on coaching female teams and players so that cricketers can reach their full potential and elevate themselves onto the world stage. The hour’s webinar will include sharing best practice, generating new ideas to support the growth of women’s cricket and give the audience the opportunity to engage in polls and ask questions.

Mott who was appointed in 2015, has had a successful stint leading Australia to both editions of the ICC Women’s Championship, the ICC World T20 2018, ICC T20 World Cup 2020 and regained the Women’s Ashes in 2015. Anju Jain was appointed as Head Coach of Bangladesh Women’s Cricket Team in 2018 making an immediate impact with a historic win over India in the Asia Cup Final. Since that time Bangladesh have won back-to-back titles of the ICC Women’s T20 Cup Qualifier in 2018 and 2019.

The 100% Dedication webinar the third in the series of six will take place on Wednesday 3 June at 11h00 Gulf Standard Time and registration is open to everyone. Please click here for more information and to sign up for free.

The Leading the Game series is part of the ICC’s continued emphasis on the women’s game following on from the success of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup and the launch of 100% Cricket.

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