Fostering young players, handling comebacks, and leading the team to victory are on the agenda of England's women's cricket head coach.

Jon Lewis has listed his goals for his new role at England cricket . Sciver is recovering from a mental health crash .

London, UK, November 24 : After taking up the top job at England's newly created coach, Jon Lewis, has listed his goals for his new role, which includes Nat Sciver's recovery from a mental health crash.Sciver, who led England at the Commonwealth Games in September before abandoning India's white-ball tour of England in September due to emotional exhaustion from a long and demanding nine-month career, is now feeling well and eager to rejoin the ODI and T20I squads that will fly to Antigua next week, two days after taking over from Lisa Keightley.The two will meet for further discussions before their replacement is selected for the Caribbean tour.After the absence of Knight, Sciver, and senior seam bowler Katherine Brunt who was rested throughout Indias visit, Amy Jones was the teams hesitant captain, with no ambitions to hold the position for a long time.However, Lewis is optimistic that Sciver will return to the team for the foreseeable future.

My role will include keeping track of schedules and analyzing the individual needs of each player, and Nat in particular will be in high demand in every tournament due to her versatility, he said.Lewis had also a long chat with Katherine Brunt.Although the proven pacer will not be playing for England in the three ODIs against the West Indies, she is likely to play in the five T20 Internationals that will follow and be a vital component of England's preparation for the T20 World Cup in South Africa early next year.Katherine was trying to return to cricket in the near future, as part of the West Indies tour.

I want to have a female head coach who can play as much cricket for England as possible, and I want her to do so much for England as possible.On a walk, we had a chat about the veteran pacer's futures, and the head coach talked about his comeback.At the moment, she is really hoping for this tour of the West Indies in the nascent future, and then, once we get there, we might well go back and see where she is heading.But she is currently in a really good environment, and she has been working extremely hard here.

Lewis will play ten games to get to know his squad before attempting to dethrone defending champions Australia.England is set to play a three-match T20I series with New Zealand in South Africa before two official ICC warm-up games before the World Cup, which starts on February 10.He could turn to Matthew Mott, an important asset who returned from his native Australia after winning the T20 championship the year when Australia Women won the ODI championship.He had an outstanding time with the Australian squad.

Despite being dropped during the 50-over World Cup at the start of the year, Lauren Winfield-Hill, 32, a top-order batter, is in the T20I squad.Lewis has a strong group of young players to develop after welcoming back four players with significant experience ahead of the trip to the Caribbean.All-rounders Alice Capsey and Freya Kemp, as well as fast bowlers Issy Wong and Lauren Bell, all understood the opportunity they were given when they made their international debuts during the English summer when they first met them under Keightleys' control.Clare Connor, the ECB's interim CEO, and Jonathan Finch, the head of England Womens Cricket, all spoke out for the position in his final interview.There's a very pleasing combination of age range and expertise, as well as skill level, and different types of skills, as well as exciting young cricketers.

My pitch was so excited about the ceiling that the players have gotten, or the lack thereof, that the team is able to fly.Lewis concluded that my role is to almost lift the handbrake off the players and allow them to play to their full potential.

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