The Cayman Islands is without a technical director as the long-time top coach for the sport resigned last week with no replacement waiting in the wings.
Theo Cuffy — who says he served in the post for more than 20 years — resigned from the post on 30 June.
Cayman Cricket President Abali Hoilett says the association continues recruiting for the position. He did not respond to follow-ups seeking the number of candidates identified nor a timeline for a hire.
Cuffy’s move was not a surprise. Cayman Cricket announced earlier this year he would resign in June. The announcement drew criticism from some that the resignation was forced.
Speaking to Cayman 27 Wednesday (6 June) Cuffy says it’s time to move on.
“I love this game too much to hold any animosity,” Cuffy said. “I want to just see this game progress. I want the youngsters in the Cayman Islands to use this medium for their future development and to become not only outstanding cricketers but good citizens of the country. And once that happens, I’m happy.”