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Flower named coach of the year

Flower named coach of the year
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England's Andy Flower is named coach of the year at the UK Coaching Awards in London.

England cricket coach Andy Flower has been awarded coach of the year for the national side's triumphs over the last twelve months.

The 43-year-old was given the accolade at the UK Coaching Awards in London, which included a lifetime achievement award for athletics coach Malcolm Arnold.

Late ex-England bowler Graham Dilley, who passed away last month, was recognised with a special lifetime achievement award.

Flower was also given the high-performance coach of the year award due to England's Ashes success and becoming the world's best Test side.

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