Tasmania has locked in a replacement for former high performance manager Drew Ginn.
Departing in June to take on a national high performance role after two years with the Tigers, Ginn will be succeeded by UK physiotherapist-turned-team manager Simon Insley.
Part of the team management group during New Zealand's heartbreaking World Cup campaign, Insley rose up through the ranks of Auckland Cricket before working his way into national programs.
Insley said he was looking forward to beginning work in October.
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"I've been a keen follower of the Cricket Tasmania high performance program for a few years now, and I'm excited to be joining the team," he said.
"Their women's and men's programs, through both the Tasmanian Tigers and Hobart Hurricanes, are held in such high regard that the opportunity to take it on was too good to pass up."
Cricket Tasmania chief executive Nick Cummins said he was "delighted" to have secured Insley's appointment.
"We've worked closely with Simon through our partnership with Auckland Cricket over the past two years, and have admired his professional approach and preparedness to innovate," Cummins said.
"His recent role with the New Zealand national team at the Cricket World Cup demonstrates the regard he is held in within the international cricket community.
"Our men's and women's teams have enjoyed significant improvement over the past few seasons and we believe that Simon has the capability to continue on our path of excellence with our elite program."
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