Moody will be tasked with analyzing the Future Tour Program, Sri Lanka's domestic tournament structure, player welfare and education and skill development
Sri Lanka have appointed their former national coach Tom Moody as director of cricket effective Monday as part of a revamp of cricket operations, the governing body of the sport in the country said Sunday.
Former Australia all-rounder Moody guided Sri Lanka to the 2007 World Cup final and Sri Lanka Cricket said the 55-year old's knowledge of the system prompted their technical advisory committee to recommend his name.
SLC added that Moody will be a consultant and must fulfil 300 days of “mandatory assignment” in his three-year deal.
Moody will be tasked with analyzing the Future Tour Program, Sri Lanka's domestic tournament structure, player welfare and education and skill development.
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He will also look after the coaching and support staff structure as well as high performance and data analytics.
Moody has previously served as director of cricket of the Caribbean Premier League and Worcestershire and currently holds a similar position with Indian Premier League side Sunrisers Hyderabad.
He has coached Western Australia, Kings XI Punjab and Sunrisers Hyderabad among other roles in the game.
Moody played eight tests and 76 one-day internationals for Australia before retiring in the 2000-01 season.