Jaryl Moore joins Guyana Harpy Eagles as Strength and Conditioning Coach

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In a move to maintain high fitness standards, the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB), through Cricket West Indies (CWI), has appointed Jaryl Moore as the Strength and Conditioning Coach with his main focus being the senior national Men’s team, the Guyana Harpy Eagles.

Moore will complement the appointment of Angelica Holder as Physiotherapist in December 2022.

According to a release from the GCB, Moore is certified by the International Sports Science Association and was a Physical Education Teacher at Queen’s College.

Physiotherapist Angelica Holder

He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Medical Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy, and a Graduate Diploma in Computer Science and Psychology at the Cambridge A Level.

Moore expressed delight in his appointment and is “keen on using his knowledge and experience to improve players by getting them to match readiness.”

Additionally, CWI Manager of Sports Medicine and Science Dr. Oba Gulston said: “The assignments of the Physiotherapists and Strength and Conditioning Coaches will greatly improve the medical support for all players in our system and the communication between our medical professionals, teams, and players.”

Further, Dr. Gulston mentioned, “CWI will centrally train all the Strength and Conditioning Coaches and Physiotherapists to ensure compliance with operating procedures for testing.

The Territorial Board’s assigned Strength and Conditioning Coach and Physiotherapist will now be able to work collaboratively to carry out the relevant tests locally for all players- Men, Women and Youth within their Territory.”

He added, “Given this fact, it is necessary that each Territorial Board has access to the correct equipment, with the initial equipment purchases including that Timing gates, Jump Mats, Dynamometer (Muscle tester) with an expansion pack, and Software and IT support for all equipment.”

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