A bit about…
Moorsey began his career at Worcestershire, where he made a name for himself as a young and talented wicket keeper. Four years later, he won his County Cap. In 1997 he was made Sussex captain and became part of the coaching set up. He retired in 1998 at the age of 36 in order to focus on his coaching career. Moores scored 7 first-class centuries and hit 8 List A fifties. Throughout his career he achieved over 800 dismissals, 727 of these being catches.
Did you know…
He became the coach of Lancashire County Cricket Club, on 11 February 2009. In 2011, he became the only coach to have won the championship with two different counties.
Playing: Worcestershire, Sussex and Orange Free State.
Coaching: England, Sussex and Lancanshire.
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Moores was a successful coach of Sussex leading the county to the 2003 County Championship. Moores coached England "A" on their tour of the West Indies in 2000-01 and the English National Cricket Academy from October 2005 to 2007.
Young Athletes -girls, boys
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