He has been involved in cricket at a state and international level for around 30 years, but Tim Coyle is now turning those talents to benefit the wider community.
Mr Coyle recently took on a role as Country Club Tasmania's Community Engagement manager, and said he was looking forward to sinking his teeth into a new gig, alongside his existing WBBL coaching job with the Melbourne Renegades.
"It's a great opportunity for me to work in a different field, where my networking skills will be the key," Mr Coyle said.
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The role involves Mr Coyle working with event promoters, charities and causes and sporting and community groups to increase the relationships Country Club Tasmania, and Federal Group, has.
"Country Club is a massive employer in the North and we already have existing relationships with the Launceston Tornadoes, NTFA, Hadspen Cricket Club and Targa Tasmania," he said.
"The relationships we build need to benefit both parties. I have experience in the hospitality industry from the other side of the bar, so now I have to learn how it works from behind the doors."
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