Sean has enjoyed a brilliant season
11:02am Wednesday 18th September 2013 in Sport
NARBERTH cricketer, Sean Coaker, was selected to play for Wales under-14s at the start of this season and hasn't looked back.
The 14-year-old successfully took on the role of spear heading the Wales bowling attack.
Sean, who spent the winter months travelling twice a week to the Indoor Cricket Centre at Neath to train under the watchful eyes of amongst others, 2005 Ashes hero Simon
Jones, Glamorgan and England A all rounder Darren Thomas and Glamorgan wicket keeper/batsman Adrian Shaw.
In addition, there were numerous trips to the SWALEC Stadium to join up with fellow Wales squad members to train at the National Indoor Cricket Centre.
Sean has had a great season, having been selected to play in all 17 matches of an extensive Wales under-14 fixture list, against the likes of Yorkshire, Hampshire and Somerset and also playing senior cricket for Narberth, which has seen him through the course of the season, successfully progress from the second team into the firsts. Definitely a Sean Coaker is a name to watch out for in the future.
Comments are closed on this article.