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
Player Mentor 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.

Michael Dighton
Assistant Coach

Dighton is a former right-arm batsman who played 71 first class and 99 List A matches for Western Australia and Tasmania in Australia and Hampshire and Derbyshire in England as well as the Netherlands. After finishing up as a player in 2010, he worked as head coach of Cricket Australia’s National Emerging Talent Rookie Squad and batting coach of Tasmania’s Under-23s. He was an assistant coach with the Netherlands during the 2011 World Cup and took up the head coach role of Canada later that year. Dighton returned to WA where he played locally and worked in the State’s under-age set-up before joining the Fury.

Amanda Wiener

Wiener joined the WACA set-up in mid-2016 and is a postgraduate qualified Sports Physiotherapist who has an extensive background in a variety of elite sports including swimming as an athlete herself, and as a physiotherapist with Football (East Perth and Claremont), West Australian Swimmers, Snow sport athletes and providing Clinical Pilates for the Western Force Rugby team.

Joey Rotundo
Strength & Conditioning Coordinator

Rotundo joined the WACA set-up in mid-2016 and has a strong background in female cricket having been the Strength and Conditioning Coordinator for the VicSpirit and Melbourne Renegades WBBL programs since 2013. Over this time he has also assisted the Victorian Bushrangers and male development programs.