Now I have the opportunity to not only coach players once again but also to do so at a relatively high level. It is great to be back on that circuit.
"Roger Andrew Harper" is a former West Indies cricket team/West Indies cricketer turned coach, who played both Test cricket/Test and One Day International/ODI cricket for the West Indies. His international career lasted 13 years, from 1983 to 1996, and he was later described as a "fabulous" fielder.
His Test bowling average of 28.06 is superior to that of Lance Gibbs, giving him the leading average among all West Indian spinners with at least 25 Test wickets. One of his most notable performances was against South Africa in the Quarter Finals of the 1996 Cricket World Cup when he took 4/47 to allow the West Indies to seize control of the match.More Roger Harper on Wikipedia.