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Jun 26, 2014: David Moore, who played one first-class game for New South Wales in the 1980s, has been appointed as the state's general manager of cricket performance
Oct 20, 2012: Steven Outerbridge has been appointed Bermuda captain, following David Hemp's resignation from the post last month
Dec 8, 2010: Bermuda have been hit by the shock retirement of batsman Chris Douglas after an apparent falling out with the national coach David Moore
Jul 10, 2010: David Moore, the Bermuda coach, has dropped vice-captain Stephen Outerbridge and fast bowler Kevin Tucker from the squad for the limited-over matches against the UAE
Mike King on John Dyson, the new Australian coach of West Indies
Oct 22, 2007: West Indies have a new coach, but will that translate into new ideas and a new attitude and resolve from our cricketers?
Former Sri Lanka mentor replaces David Moore
Oct 21, 2007: John Dyson, the former Australian batsman and coach of Sri Lanka, has been put in charge of West Indies and will succeed his countryman David Moore
David Moore to remain at the helm in the interim
Aug 12, 2007: More than three months after Bennett King stepped down as West Indies coach, the board has finally advertised for applications to fill the vacancy
West Indies coach outlines his plans
Jul 14, 2007: David Moore was a fairly unknown when he took on the role of West Indies coach, but after an eye-opening tour of England he has big hopes for the future if he gets the job full time
Captain, coach hope to carry forward from series win in England
Jul 10, 2007: West Indian captain Chris Gayle indicated that his team wouldn't take the games in Ireland lightly
West Indies in England 2007
Jul 2, 2007: West Indies' stand-in coach, David Moore, hopes to be retained by his employers when the current tour of England draws to a close next week
England v West Indies, 4th Test, Chester-le-Street
Jun 14, 2007: West Indies hope Fidel Edwards can carry on from where he left off at Old Trafford as they look to restore some pride in the final Test against England
England v West Indies, 3rd Test, Old Trafford, 4th day
Jun 11, 2007: The West Indian camp sounded confident ahead of the final day's play at Old Trafford.
West Indies in England, 2007
Jun 10, 2007: Marlon Samuels, the West Indies batsman, has written to his team manager Mike Findlay to complain about the discrimination he feels he has suffered during their tour of England
England v West Indies, 2nd Test, Headingley
May 24, 2007: David Moore, the West Indies coach, has asked his players to keep up their hard work for the second Test against England at Headingley after a solid finish to the first Test at Lord's
England v West Indies, 1st Test, Lord's
May 15, 2007: Chris Gayle says that West Indies need to put their disastrous World Cup behind them, but he's unimpressed with the curfew
West Indies' new coach hopes team can get its act together
May 8, 2007: David Moore, the newly-appointed coach of the West Indian team, hopes that the tour of England will be a fresh start for his team
Nov 3, 2003: Commonwealth Bank Cricket Academy (CBCA) coaches Bennett King, Damien Fleming, John Harmer and David Moore will work with 15 of East Asia Pacific's (EAP) elite cricketers in a two-week training camp beginning in Adelaide today.
Apr 24, 2003: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) in conjunction with the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) today announced the appointment of John Harmer to the coaching staff at the Commonwealth Bank Cricket Academy (CBCA)
Nov 15, 2002: Bennett King, head coach of the Commonwealth Bank Cricket Academy (CBCA), has travelled more than 400 kilometres by road to deliver a cricket presentation to primary students at Whyalla Stuart Campus in South Australia today (15 November).
Aug 6, 2002: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) in conjunction with the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) today announced David Moore as a new member of the coaching staff at the Commonwealth Bank Cricket Academy (CBCA), a program of the AIS.
Over the last few months, he has slowly moved from a flashy finisher, to a more measured risk manager
The difference between New Zealand and South Africa in Auckland was a matter of moments: fleeting minutes that laid bare the fickle beauty and cruelty of sport
India's Plan A in this World Cup had worked flawlessly over seven matches. When they came up against the toughest opponents in the World Cup, however, they were left scrambling for a back-up plan
A World Cup 2015 composite XI as selected by ESPNcricinfo staff
Whatever happens, the Australia-New Zealand World Cup final at the MCG will be the most divine fun