Disappointed his side wasn't able to tick off its goals and take the campaign to the grand final, the 59-year-old praised Trevallyn neighbour, Courtney Webb, saying her best cricket is yet to come.
"I've always thought there is a lot of upside in her cricket and we sort of forget that Courtney Webb has only just turned 20," Coyle said.
"There's a lot of good T20 cricket in her but I think her 50-over cricket will improve as a result of what happened with the Renegades, she got some really good chances to bat in tough situations."
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Compiling 217 at an average of 24.11, Webb's WBBL season included a highlight-reel last-ball six to see her side over the line against Ellyse Perry's Sydney Sixers and saw the former Carlton AFLW player among the nominees for the season's 'Young Gun'.
Still contracted for Tasmania in the WNCL competition, the former promising tennis player was unable to crack into the side for the first two games but her form is expected to see that change.
"We expect big things of Courtney in the future and she'll only improve.
"There's still some work to be done and she understands that but it was a good result for her."
Falling victim to eventual premiers, Brisbane Heat, in the weekend's semi-final clash, Coyle was pleased with his side's season progress despite a sub-par semi-final bowling effort.
"We gave ourselves a good chance in the semi, batting with 160-plus on the board and I thought if we bowled well, we could defend that," he said.
"We just weren't quite on song with the ball, a couple of our bowlers did well but we just leaked too many big overs and they just chased them down too easily in the end.
"We had a lot of things that went well for us during the year ... there's a lot to like about how the team is developing and I think we will back ourselves to be in the finals next year and go one step further."
I think her 50-over cricket will improve as a result of what happenedTim Coyle on Courtney Webb
Boasting the likes of Molly Strano, who led the competition with 24 wickets, and North Melbourne footballer, Jess Duffin, who propelled herself back into Australian contention, scoring 544 runs at an average of 68, their leader complimented their success as well as the side's internationals.
"Jess Duffin, who was brought in as captain late when we lost Amy Satterthwaite - she was outstanding.
"There were some seriously good batters in the competition - Sophie Devine, Beth Mooney - and Duffin was right behind them, so I thought she was brilliant.
"Danni Wyatt was good as our overseas player, Lea Tahuhu, our opening bowler from New Zealand, bowled at less than six runs an over. Someone who bowls pace and is one of the quickest in the competition, to go under six is a great effort."
Players now return to their home state for the WNCL, which resumes on January 6, with Tasmania's first game the following day against South Australia in Adelaide at Karen Rolton Oval.
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