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New role for Durham skipper Collingwood
1:03pm Tuesday 1st October 2013 in Sport
Durham captain Paul Collingwood will join Scotland's coaching team this winter.
The former England international led his county to the County Championship title this season, their third triumph in six seasons.
Collingwood was also the skipper in England's World Twenty20 success in 2010 and is the national sides most capped one-day international player with 197 appearances.
His presence in the Scotland camp will be invaluable as they embark on two World Cup qualifying campaigns, for the T20 and ODI global tournaments respectively, between now and February 2014.
Collingwood will work alongside head coach Peter Steindl and fielding coach/performance analyst Toby Bailey and will play a full part in both the preparation and competition phases this winter.
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