Toby Radford played professional cricket for Middlesex and Sussex before embarking on a career as a professional coach.
He launched the Middlesex Academy in the early 2000’s, with the likes of Steven Finn and Billy Godleman progressing through its ranks, and was Head Coach at Middlesex when the county became national T20 champions in 2008.
He set up the West Indies High Performance centre in Barbados in 2010 and delivered the Programme to, among others, Jason Holder, Shannon Gabriel and Shane Dowrich.
Toby was batting Coach and assistant coach for the West Indies team when they were crowned World T20 Champions in Sri Lanka in 2012 and when West Indies defeated England in a Test Series in the Caribbean for the first time in 17 years last winter.
Toby, who was Head Coach at Glamorgan in 2014 and 2015, is an ECB level 4 coach and currently presents the batting for the ECB on its level 3 and 4 coach education courses.
After several years on the road with the West Indies team, Toby is now based in Wales where he lives with his wife Kisha and five year old son Noah.
From Sept 2019 – present
From 2016 - 2019
I was Batting coach and Assistant Coach for the senior international side.
Helped the team to win its first Test Match in England for 18 years in 2017 and achieve its first Test Match series win against England in the Caribbean for 20 years
ECB Level 4 Coach
2:1 Journalism Degree (City University, London)
Quintic / sportscode/ crickstat
Professional cricketer with Middlesex and Sussex CCC
Toured Australia with Young England in 1990/91
Toured New Zealand with Young England 1991/92
Eoin Morgan - England One Day Captain
Jason Holder – West Indies Test Match Captain
Jimmy Adams – Director of Cricket – Cricket West Indies
Andrew Strauss – Chairman of ECB Cricket Committee