New Delhi: Former South African cricketer Allan Donald is all set to join the Australian cricket team as their interim bowling coach.
According to a report in cricket.com.au, fondly known as White Lightening, Donald is set to join the Australian team as a bowling coach for the Qantas Tour of Sri Lanka and at least one series against the Proteas.
The move has been reported after Craig McDermott, who helped guide Australia to victory in last year’s World Cup and a 5-0 whitewash of England in the last Ashes series on home soil, stepped down as bowling coach after the World Twenty20 in India.
Cricket Australia are yet to officially confirm the news.
Donald took 330 Test and 272 one-day international wickets during an illustrious career for South Africa that spanned 10 years, from 1992 to 2002.