Dav Whatmore is a former international cricketer who has represented Australia. Whatmore was born in Colombo Ceylon. His cricketing career was very short lived from March 1979 to January 1980. In his extremely brief cricketing career, he was able to play 7 test matches and 1 one day international. He has scored about 6,000 runs for Victoria at the first class level. Dav Whatmore can be followed by his fans on his official twitter account; twitter.com/dfwhatmore.
Dav Whatmore has coached Pakistan from 2012 to 2014. He had retired from his cricketing career to pursue his luck as a coach. He coached Sri Lanka in two separate spells, in which he was able to win the 1996 cricket world cup. He also coached Lancashire and was able to win the National League in 1998 and 1999. He was also able to win the 1998 NatWest Trophy.
Whatmore also coached the Bangladeshi team from 2003 to 2007, during which the Bangladeshi team showed a lot of improvement. He was able to transform the Bangladeshi team from a relatively losing side to occasional winners and in some instances the team was able to get astonishing victories as well.
Whatmore missed his chances of coaching the English team. He was also unfortunate to miss a chance of getting the coaching contract for the Indian team. He was however signed in by the Pakistani cricket board as the coach for two years on March 4th, 2012 as a replacement for Mohsin Khan. After his contract ended in 2014, he was replaced by Moin Khan.