Western Fury | Coaching Staff
Lisa Keightley
Head Coach

Keightley signed a two-year contract having taken over as interim head coach ahead of WBBL|01, having joined the WACA in October as Female Programs Talent Development Manager in October 2015. She has vast previous experience as a coach, winning the WNCL with the NSW Breakers in the mid-2000s shortly after retiring as a player, while she was also the first-ever female coach of Australia, when appointed in 2007. Prior to joining the Scorchers, she worked as the head coach of the England women's academy. Keightley's playing career was distinguished, with nine Tests and 82 One-Day Internationals for Australia as a top-order batswoman.


Zoe Goss
Assistant Coach

Goss is the most outstanding female cricketer produced in Western Australia, playing 120 times for the State, scoring 3617 runs at an average of little under 34 and claiming 131 wickets at 18.94. She also represented Australia in 65 One-Day Internationals and 12 Test matches and was part of the ICC Women's World Cup winning sides in 1988 and 1997, bringing plenty of elite experience to the Fury set-up after her appointment in 2015.



TBC
Physiotherapist

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Dan Jolley
Strength & Conditioning Coordinator

Jolley joined the Fury and Scorchers (WBBL) set-up ahead of the 2015-16 season. He primarily works directly with the senior female programmes as well as overseeing the under-age female academy programmes. Jolley has vast experience working with Australian Rules Football in the WAFL competition. His most recent stint has been with Claremont for the 2015 season and Swan Districts for the four years prior.