The Punjab Kings Tweeted A Birthday Greeting To Their Bowling Coach, Damien Wright.

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Damien Geoffrey Wright, an Australian cricket coach and the former first-class player who coached the Hobart Hurricanes cricket team, was born on July 25, 1975. 

Wright made his Tasmanian debut in 1997 and continued to play with them until the 2008–09 season when he switched to Victoria. 

He formerly played for Northamptonshire, Glamorgan, and Somerset in county cricket. In 2002, he represented Scotland in cricket as their lone authorized foreign player.

He is a right-handed fast-medium bowler and right-handed batter. He can bounce the ball sharply and bowl with a side-on motion. 

Wright began coaching the Hobart Hurricanes in the Big Bash League in 2013–14. Under his leadership, the team overcame the previously unbeaten Melbourne Stars. 

The Perth Scorchers defeated the Hurricanes in the championship match. The Hurricanes were led by Wright to the Champions League T20 2014 semi-finals in India.

And in 2021, Wright joined hands with the director of cricket operations and head coach of the Bangladesh U-19 cricket team, Anil Kumble, to direct the Punjab Kings team.

And since it was the 46th birthday of Punjab Kings coach, Damien Wright, the Punjab Kings took to Twitter and wished him a very happy birthday.

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