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Adam Voges named as Justin Langer’s Western Australia replacement

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FORMER Test star Adam Voges says he has big shoes to fill after being named as Justin Langer’s successor at Western Australia.

Voges has been signed on a three-year deal to coach the side, replacing Langer who was named Australia’s new head coach several weeks ago.

Langer enjoyed remarkable success as WA coach, guiding the Perth Scorchers to three Big Bash League titles, and the Warriors to two one-day titles.

He also led WA to two Sheffield Shield finals.

Now he will be succeeded by another Western Australian cricketing favourite, who retired from first-class cricket last year, and quit the T20 ranks earlier this year.

The 38-year-old will go down as one of WA’s greats after amassing more than 10,000 runs for the state over a 15-year career.

He also played 20 Tests for Australia, averaging 61.87 with the bat - the second-highest of all time for players with 20 or more caps under their belt.

Voges steps into coaching straight after his playing days, which is something he previously indicated he was willing to do.

He initially expected that to be an assistant role, but jumped at the chance to land the head role when Langer departed.

Voges said he takes over a side with ‘strong foundations’ that he hopes he can take on to end WA’s 20-year Sheffield Shield drought.

“We already have strong foundations in WA and I’m looking forward to building on them, the values, the structures and the people are all excellent,” Voges said.

He added: “The focus for this year is very much improving our red ball cricket and making sure we’re right up there in the Sheffield Shield.”

Western Australian Cricket Association chief Ms Christina Matthews said Voges was the ‘natural progression’ after Langer left.

She explained that Voges has been a key figure in establishing a culture of success in the west, and that he has a thorough understanding of the players and current staff.

“Adam has a playing group that believe in his brand of leadership, players who have followed him for many years and look up to him as a trusted mentor and friend,” she said.

“Keeping both the Scorchers and Warriors under the same head coach was a big win, it’s worked well for us in the past and Adam can provide that consistency.”

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