About Toby

Toby is a passionate, hard-working and experienced International Batting Coach.

History and Experience

Toby has spent eight years working with the West Indies international team as their assistant and batting coach, which included a World Cup T20 win in Sri Lanka in 2012 and recently helping the team beat England 2-1 in the Test Series in February.

In domestic cricket Toby has worked as Head Coach at Middlesex CCC - where the club won the domestic t20 competition in 2008 and achieved promotion in the Pro40 in 2007 - and Glamorgan CCC, where a club record was equalled of four championship wins in four matches in 2015.

Toby believes in building strong and trusting relationships with players and staff, and for communication and messages to be clear and consistent when creating a thriving culture.

  • 2016

    > October > Present - Batting Coach and Assistant Coach for West Indies Cricket Team

    Batting coach during West Indies 2 – 1 Test Victory against England (2019)

  • 2013

    > November > December 2015 – Head Coach of Glamorgan Cricket Team

    Equalled the Club record of achieving 4 Championship wins in 4 matches that summer.

  • 2012

    > 2013 - Assistant Coach and Batting Coach for West Indies Cricket Team

    West Indies crowned 2012 ICC Twenty20 World Champions in Sri Lanka (2012)

  • 2011

    > 2012 - Specialist Batting Coach/ CWI Batting and Project work

    WICB – Specialist Batting Coach for HPC and West Indies Squad (Dubai Tour October 2011)

    Several HPC players progressed to West Indies First Eleven

  • 2010

    > February > May 2011 - West Indies Cricket HPC Director and Batting Coach

    West Indies Batting Coach during the Twenty20 World Cup Tournament (2010)

    Managed and mentored all HPC coaches, players and support staff (2010)

  • 2009

    - Head Coach of England Lions Training Camp

    Ran a 3-week camp for England Lions to Pretoria, South Africa

  • 2007

    > 2009 – Head Coach of Middlesex County Cricket Club

    Middlesex crowned English County Twenty20 Champions at Rose Bowl, Southampton 2008

    Middlesex Promotion to Division 1 / Pro 40 2007

  • 2005

    > 2007 – Middlesex Second Eleven Coach / Academy Director

    Middlesex crowned Second Eleven Trophy Champions 2007

  • 2003

    > 2005 – Middlesex Academy Director

    Launched the Middlesex Academy at Finchley HQ in 2003

    ECB subsequently used the Middlesex format as their Academy blueprint

  • 2001

    > 2003 – England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) National Coach (South)

    Coached England Under 15, 17 and 19 teams

    Wrote and delivered sections of ECB Coach Education Level 3 and 4 batting sessions.

Other Achievements

Professional cricketer with Middlesex and Sussex CCC

Toured Australia with Young England in 1990/91

Toured New Zealand with Young England 1991/92

Professional Qualifications

ECB Level 4 Coach

2:1 Journalism Degree (City University, London)

Quintic / sportscode/ crickstat

References (available on request)

Eoin Morgan - England One Day Captain