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Former assistant coach moves to Australia

Penney has thoughts of coming back to Sri Lanka

Jul 29, 2007: More than in their victories, Sri Lanka benefited immensely from the coaching of Tom Moody and Trevor Penney in the individual development of the players

Sa'adi Thawfeeq

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 1st Test, Colombo, 3rd day

Penney rues dropped catches

Jun 27, 2007: Stand-in coach Trevor Penney said that there there are no excuses for dropping so many catches

Sa'adi Thawfeeq in Colombo

New coach given till June 29 to recommend names

Bayliss to help out in hiring assistant coach

Jun 26, 2007: Sri Lanka Cricket said that there was no truth in the reports that the board had approached South African Jonty Rhodes and Australian Greg Blewett for the job

Sa'adi Thawfeeq

Bangladesh in Sri Lanka, 2007

Sri Lanka as tough as Australia - Penney

Jun 23, 2007: Trevor Penney, Sri Lanka's stand-in coach, believes his side are as tough as Australia, and can compete with them in all aspects of the game

Sa'adi Thawfeeq

Moody's assistant to stay until contract ends

Penney to be interim coach of Sri Lanka

May 24, 2007: Trevor Penney, the assistant coach of Sri Lanka during Tom Moody's tenure, will take over as coach until they find a replacement for Moody

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Langer says coach is heading home

Moody returning to Western Australia

Apr 10, 2007: Justin Langer believes Tom Moody will leave the Sri Lanka job after the World Cup and coach Western Australia next season

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Sri Lanka in England 2006

Penney bemused by England drops

May 17, 2006: Sri Lanka's assistant coach, Trevor Penney, believes a lapse of concentration was to blame for the spate of dropped catches that cost England victory in the first Test at Lord's

Andrew Miller

Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kandy, 1st day

'If we had bowled first, we'd have bowled them out'

Apr 3, 2006: Sri Lanka ended the first day of Sanath Jayasuriya's farewell Test on 267 for 8. Here's what Trevor Penney, Sri Lanka's assistant coach, had to say on the day's events

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Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kandy

Sri Lanka aim to send Jayasuriya off in style

Apr 1, 2006: Sri Lanka are hoping to give their former skipper, Snath Jayasuriya, a grand farewell by winning the second and final Test against Pakistan

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Retiring players

Farewell and thanks for the memories

Sep 26, 2005: Cricinfo take a look at the major players who have retired after or during the 2005 English season

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Warwickshire veteran to retire at end of season

Penney offered Sri Lanka coaching role

Sep 22, 2005: Trevor Penney will take up a post as Sri Lanka's assistant coach

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Twenty20 round-up

Warwickshire gain vital win

Jul 4, 2005: The latest action from the Twenty20

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Warne leads Hawks to opening day victory at Edgbaston

Apr 25, 2004: Hampshire Hawks' first match back in Division One of the totesport League resulted in an impressive 26-run victory over the Warwickshire Bears at a humid but cloudy Edgbaston on Sunday afternoon.

Vic Isaacs

National League Round-up

Gloucestershire push Surrey all the way

Sep 2, 2003: National Cricket League Division One Table Gloucestershire (246 for 6) beat Warwickshire (244 for 7) by 2 runs Scorecard Gloucestershire's hopes of a one-day double following their C&G win at Lord's on Saturday remained alive - if slim

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Kaif leads Derbyshire to rare victory

Aug 11, 2003: Glamorgan 198 for 3 beat Warwickshire 196 all out by seven wickets at Sophia Gardens Scorecard Only Trevor Penney (64) made a real impression with the bat as Warwickshire struggled against the bowling of Adrian Dale - 3 for 16 - and Dean Cosker

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Trevor Penney: one summer to another

Nov 2, 2001: Zimbabwean and Warwickshire player Trevor Penney has gone many years without having to endure a winter in either England or Zimbabwe

John Ward

Penney sees Warwickshire into semi-finals

Jul 25, 2001: Warwickshire gained their revenge on Yorkshire by beating them by four wickets with 35 balls to spare at Headingley to go through to the semi-finals of the Cheltenham and Gloucester Trophy

David Warner

Club cricket report

Feb 2, 2001: Old Hararians and Queens breeze into National League final Defending champions Old Hararians and Bulawayo side Queens Sports Club will meet in the final of the national first league competition on Sunday 11 February after brushing aside Alexandra

Clive Ruffell

Interview: Old Hararians champions again!

Jan 26, 2001: Old Hararians Sports Club have retained the Zimbabwe national club first league championship in a very close finish, beating Kwekwe last weekend to complete the job

John Ward

Trevor Penney: Zimbabwe Board XI v Easterns B

Nov 30, 2000: Zimbabwean-born Warwickshire cricketer Trevor Penney talks to John Ward about his role in Zimbabwean cricket, and also about the recent three-day match between the Zimbabwe Board XI and Easterns in the UCB Bowl Competition

John Ward
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