Graeme Hick to assist stand-in Australia coach Justin Langer during West Indies tri-series

Sydney: Former England batsman Graeme Hick and ex-Tasmania fast bowler Adam Griffith were Friday drafted in to help Australia during their upcoming tour of the West Indies.

File photo of Graeme Hick. Getty Images

File photo of Graeme Hick. Getty Images

Hick will act as assistant coach to Justin Langer, who will be in charge for the series while Darren Lehmann has a break, while Griffith replaces Craig McDermott who has stepped down.

Head coach Lehmann said both would be a great help to Langer, the former Australia opener and now highly regarded coach of Western Australia. Hick has worked with Australia's National Cricket Centre for the past three years, focusing on young players coming through the academy, while Griffith is the WA bowling coach.

"West Australia have some talented young fast-bowlers that have developed under Adam's watch and it's great to be able to offer him the chance to work with the Australian side under Justin Langer," said Lehmann.

Australia begin the tri-series, which also features South Africa, in Guyana on 6 June. The round-robin tournament sees teams play three matches against each opponent, with the top two advancing to the final on 26 June in Barbados.

Updated Date: Apr 15, 2016 16:19 PM

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