Coaching Staff

Giles White

Giles White

Director of Cricket
Giles White holds the position Director of Cricket and following a successful professional playing career with the county, is now part of the set-up behind the scenes at Hampshire.

In a professional playing career spanning 11 years at first-class level, White scored more than 6000 runs at an average of more than 30 whilst also claiming 12 first-class wickets as an occasional leg-break bowler.
Tony Middleton

Tony Middleton

Batting Coach
Tony Middleton holds the position of First Team Batting Coach, following a prolific professional playing career with the county.

Middleton enjoyed an 11 year career at first-class level and scored more 5500 runs at the highest domestic level, having represented Hampshire for the entirety of his playing years.
Charlie Freeston

Charlie Freeston

Head of Player Development
Charlie Freeston played cricket on the Isle of Wight for Ventnor Cricket Club before joining the Hampshire Cricket as a coach of the youth age groups and performance squads.

He subsequently impressed and worked his way up the coaching ladder at the Ageas Bowl. Having worked with the Hampshire Academy for a number of years, Charlie now holds the role of Head of Player Development.
Bobby Parks

Bobby Parks

Wicket-Keeping Coach
Bobby Parks holds the position of wicket-keeping coach, following a successful playing career with the county.

In a playing career spanning more than a decade, Parks represented Kent as well as Hampshire in more than 250 matches and became known for his excellent keeping ability whilst also scoring more than 3900 runs with the bat.
Thihan Chandromohan

Thihan Chandromohan

Head Physiotherapist
Born in England, but raised in Australia, Thihan Chandramohan joined the staff at the Ageas Bowl as Head Physiotherapist ahead of the 2013 season, replacing the outgoing Craig de Weymarn.

Prior to his move to Hampshire, Thihan held a similar position for Australian first-class cricket team, Victoria. During the England off-season, Thihan is Head Physiotherapist for KFC Big Bash side Melbourne Stars.
Joe Maiden

Joe Maiden

Performance Analyst
Born in Bristol, Joe Maiden joined the Club in March 2014 to take up the role of Performance Analyst.

Prior to his move to the Ageas Bowl, Joe graduated from Cardiff Metropolitan University (formerly UWIC) studying BSC Sports Coaching Science.

In his spare time, Joe plays club cricket for West of England Premier Cricket League side, Rockhampton.
Craig White

Craig White

First Team Coach
Craig White was appointed as First Team Coach in November 2016, having previously held the positions of Assistant Coach and Bowling Specialist after joining the Hampshire staff in 2012.

White represented England at both Test and ODI level. During his 17 year career, the all-rounder scored more than 12,000 runs at an average greater than 30 with the bat, whilst also claiming 395 wickets at an average of less than 29.