Ray Jennings

Ray Jennings

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Raymond Vernon Jennings (born August 9, 1954 in Vanderbijlpark) is a former South African cricketer. He was one of South Africa's leading wicket-keepers during the apartheid era.

In October 2004 Jennings was appointed coach of the South African national cricket team on a short-term contract, he had previously coached South Africa A. Under Jennings, South Africa played four Test series, losing to India and England before beating Zimbabwe and the West Indies. At the end of the West Indies tour he was replaced by Mickey Arthur.

He coached the Under-19 team in the 2008 World Cup in Malaysia before taking over as coach of the Royal Challengers Bangalore for the second season of the IPL

Coaching Royal Challengers Bangalore

Late 2008 and early 2009, saw Jennings take over as the head coach of Royal Challengers Bangalore, a team in the Indian Premier League owned by the business tycoon Vijay Mallya. He was now heading a unit that saw a forgettable IPL 2008 after finishing 7th on the table among the 8 competing teams. Jennings brought the team together by making Anil Kumble the captain of the side for the second edition of the IPL that was to start in South Africa. Under Jennings, RCB saw success and made it to the finals of the league facing Deccan Chargers in 2009. This was a big turn around for the...
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