Bats still on hunt for new leader
report as yet.
“When you sit down and look at it we’d love to get a local person that could bring a few kids out to the club.
“There is always the option of falling back on someone like Trav Nolan but I haven’t spoken to him or someone like that yet.
“We’d like to get someone fresh so that we can get new people to the club.
“I’m still ringing around.”
Hernan confirmed Brenton Doig had again put his hand up to coach the reserves while key senior players Sam Gladstone, James Dalton, Ben Reaburn, Liam Hernan and Shane Rodwell are expected to play on.
But attracting players to help spread the load remained tough to do with Hernan admitting potential players were unlikely to make a decision without knowing who the coach was.
While the off-season is not yet three weeks old, Hernan said he was hoping to have a coach in place within the next six weeks.
OUT: Shayne McKean has stepped down as coach.