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The MCC have advertised for a new London Spirit coach in the women's Hundred after missing out on the knockout stages in the tournament's first two seasons.
Trevor Griffin, the Western Storm and Sydney Thunder coach, took charge of Spirit in the last two seasons but has been invited to re-apply for his job as part of an open recruitment process. Hundred coaches are appointed on one-year contracts which can be extended by mutual agreement.
Spirit missed out on the play-offs on net run-rate in 2021 but struggled in 2022, losing four of their six games and finishing second-bottom in the group stages.
"London Spirit has recently opened the process to recruit a head coach for its women's team in the 2023 edition of the Hundred," an MCC spokesperson said.
"This open recruitment process is designed to find the best possible head coach for London Spirit women for 2023, with all candidates who meet the criteria, including the head coach from 2022, invited to apply.
"London Spirit, in conjunction with the England and Wales Cricket Board, will announce the outcome of the recruitment process at a later date."
Dates for the Hundred's 2023 season have not been officially announced but the tournament is expected to run from the first week of August until the weekend of August 26. Applications for Spirit's vacancy close on November 21.