Full name Mark Garaway
Born July 20, 1973, Swindon, Wiltshire
Current age 43 years 248 days
Major teams Hampshire
Batting style Right-hand bat
Fielding position Wicketkeeper
|First-class span||1996 - 1999|
|List A span||1997 - 1999|
After a modest playing career as Hampshire's reserve wicketkeeper, which comprised four first-class matches and a highest score of 55, Mark Garaway found his true calling after hanging up his gloves. After moving to Somerset, where he led the second XI to the 2004 championship title, he was appointed as first-team coach the following season. However, following Tim Boon's departure from the England set-up, Garaway answered the call, and in February 2006 and at the age of 32, he was named as the new team analyst and assistant coach, ahead of the tour to India. He stayed in the position for three years before heading to Ireland to take up the post of High Performance Director. He enjoyed notable successes there and also helped implement and develop programmes aimed at nurturing the game in Ireland, but after two years in the job left in 2011 to spend more time with his family. Andrew Miller
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