Sports, Cricket

Kiely appointed conditioning coach

Published : 12 Mar 2024 08:33 PM

Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) appointed Nathan Kiely as the national team’s strength and conditioning coach on Monday. 

The Australian professional has signed a two-year contract with the BCB, will begin his job on April 15, 2024.

Kiely holds a Level 2 certification from the Australian Strength & Conditioning Association and brings with him extensive experience in both professional cricket and rugby league.

From 2018 to 2021, he served as a physical performance coach for Cricket New South Wales, contributing to various teams, including NSW Pathways, NSW Blues, and the Sydney Sixers (Women's Big Bash League team).

Prior to his tenure with Cricket New South Wales, Kiely served as a speed and agility coach at Roger Fabri's Speed & Agility Academy from 2017 to 2018.

Before joining the BCB, he worked as an athletic performance coach specializing in speed and reconditioning for the Brisbane Broncos rugby team.

Kiely's appointment reflects the BCB's commitment to enhancing the fitness and performance levels of the national cricket team, and his wealth of experience is expected to be a valuable asset in achieving these goals.