Gary Brent

zim Zimbabwe

Born on the 13th January 1976.

A steady seam bowler who possessed tenacious accuracy, a useful inswinger and an excellent slower ball. Made his debut for the national team as a 20-year-old in 1996-97 against Pakistan.

Having missed the World Cup in 2003, he made the squad for the 2003/04 tour in Australia and the ICC Champions Trophy 2006.

Highlights in his career include a man of the match award after making 59 against South Africa in the first ODI in Bulawayo in 2007 and taking 2 for 19 in Zimbabwe’s historic victory over Australia in the 2007 T20 world cup.


ECB Level 3 Cricket Coach

15 years playing professional and International cricket.
70 One Day Internationals
4 Test Matches
2 International T20

Level 2 Fitness Instructor
Level 1 Rugby Coach
Level 1 Hockey Coach


Head Coach: Mountaineers Cricket Franchise

January 2011 – April 2014 (3 years 4 months)Mutare

Honors & Awards with Mountaineers

Logan Cup Winners 2014: April 2014

Pro 50 Winners 2014: April 2014

Castle T20 Winners: February 2013

Stanbic T20 Winners: November 2011

Head Coach: Zimbabwe Cricket Academy

July 2013 – August 2013 (2 months)Country Club, Harare

High Performance Coach: Zimbabwe Cricket

October 2010 – January 2011 (4 months)

Coach all National Age group sides from U13 to U19

Cricket Professional: Rugby School (UK)

April 2009 – September 2010 (1 year 6 months)

Ran the Sports Scholarship Program
Coach all age groups in the school, specialising with the 1st Team.

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