Livestream – September 2022 – Justin Langer AM – Former Coach of the Australian Men’s Cricket Team
Event - Livestream – September 2022 – Justin Langer AM – Former Coach of the Australian Men’s Cricket Team
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WA Mining Club luncheons are a valuable way to network with colleagues and clients and a great source of industry information.
Due to circumstances beyond his control, Dino Otranto is now not able to speak next Wednesday 21 September.
We are pleased to announce that Justin Langer AM – Former Coach of the Australian Cricket Team, will be our keynote speaker for this event.
Justin Langer AM Former Coach of the Australian Men’s Cricket Team
After retiring from his playing career Justin started his coaching career. In November 2009 he was appointed Batting-Mentoring coach of the Australian Test cricket team and in May 2011 was appointed Assistant Coach. In November 2012 Justin achieved a long-held dream when he was appointed Coach of Western Australian cricket (Western Warriors and Perth Scorchers).
After six very successful years as Coach of Western Australia Justin was offered the highest position in Australian cricket in May 2018 when he was appointed Coach of the Australian cricket team. After four years in that all-encompassing role Justin resigned to spend more time with his family and friends. Leading into his decision, the Australian men’s cricket team had won the T20 World Cup for the first time, the Ashes and were ranked the number one team in international cricket. At the same time, Justin was entered in the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame and was awarded Wisden’s Coach of the Year.
Justin is patron of Solaris Care, Children’s Leukaemia & Cancer Research Foundation, Kyle Andrews Foundation and an ambassador for The Fathering Project, the Ear Science Institute Australia, the Bravery Trust and Ovarian Cancer Australia. He was named as a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for his services to Australian cricket and the community in 2008 Queen’s Birthday Honours List. He has written six books and is in the process of writing his next book on Leadership.