Harare - Former Test fast bowlers Jason Gillespie of Australia and Allan Donald of South Africa say they are happy to work in Zimbabwean domestic cricket and are looking forward to help rebuild the sport in the African country.
The pair were presented on Wednesday as head coaches of franchises in the Zimbabwean league for the 2010/11 season.
In line with some political reforms, Zimbabwe cricket has been improving following feuds between players and administrators, a factor which has resulted in players, coaches and officials return to the country.
Gillespie says "things are looking up here in Zimbabwe. The right noise is coming out. To be part of it is humbling."