"Fountain believes that he can contribute a lot more to Pakistan cricket by working at the domestic level." -File photo

KARACHI: Julian Fountain, Pakistan's fielding coach, has said that he wants to assist with training coaches who are involved in domestic cricket in order to groom better fielders for the future.

Fountain is going to submit a proposal to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and offer to work at the domestic level and help groom players so they come better prepared to the national team.

"Fountain believes that he can contribute a lot more to Pakistan cricket by working at the domestic level as there is only a certain extent to which he can coach the national team players," a PCB official was quoted as saying.

The fielding coach also plans on integrating technology into his coaching methods to help improve the standard of fielding.

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