A bit about…
TOBY Radford is batting coach for the West Indies senior men’s team.
He worked with the international team when they won the World T20 in Sri Lanka in 2012 and most recently with the batsmen when West Indies defeated England 2-1 in the 2019 Test Series in the Caribbean.
As Head Coach, Toby won the English domestic t20 competition with Middlesex in 2008 before having a stint as Head Coach of Glamorgan CCC in Wales.
TOBY launched and directed both the Middlesex and West Indies cricket Academies and he has always enjoyed developing talented young cricketers and progressing them from the county to the international game.
He was instrumental in the development of Steven Finn, Eoin Morgan, Jason Holder, and Dawid Malan.
Former England captain Andrew Strauss praises Toby in his autobiography for his technical knowledge and for helping him to get his international batting game back on track.
Having worked across various squads for the West Indies during the past nine years, and been fortunate to tour most of the world’s cricketing nations with them, Toby has the ideal technical and tactical knowledge and cultural experience to fully enhance and develop players of all ages and abilities.
Toby looks forward to mentoring on:
Strength & conditioning
Toby as a mentor:
Radford was an elite specialist batting coach and worked primarily with the ECB at their training headquarters in Loughborough. Afterwards, he worked for the West Indies in Barbados and later was appointed Head Coach at Glamorgan County Cricket Club in October 2013.
Young Athletes -girls, boys
Adult Athletes -men, women