Bulls welcome Coach Kenrick Liburd as the new WNBL D1 Head Coach for 2023-24

Brent Bulls proudly announce that the new Head Coach for the Women’s NBL D1 2023-24 campaign will be Kenrick Liburd.

Coach Kenrick brings a wealth of experience, working with Barking Abbey and Oaklands Wolves in the WBBL, and leading and leading the Nottingham Wildcards Academy (WBBL & WEABL) for the past five years. He also spent part of his coaching career in the US, heading up the Tennessee Temple women’s basketball programme in the late 2000s.

Kenrick continues his national team duties as the current assistant coach for Great Britain Under-20 Women. He has also previously been GB Head Coach for U16 & U18, U23 3×3, Head of East Region Performance Centre & London region for boys.

Coach Kenrick in action for Team GB. He is currently an Assistant Coach for the GB U20 Women.

“I can’t wait to be back in London , working with like-minded people who want to impact the women’s game in the UK. I look at this as a great opportunity to be able to help build upon the last few years, with a great nucleus of players and aid in what Brent Bulls are trying to do. I am excited for the upcoming WNBL season. “
– Kenrick Liburd

The Bulls will look to build on from a successful debut season in the WNBL D1, reaching playoffs as the 6th seed and finishing with a 12-10 record.

Coach Kenrick in action for Nottingham Wildcats. He led the program to a WBBL Final and back-to-back WEABL Conference Champions

“I am happy to introduce Coach Kenrick to the Bulls family. Kenrick brings valuable international, national team and club experience to our club. We’ve had several positive conversations, and I’ve enjoyed sharing ideas and visions on growing women’s and girls’ basketball within Brent and the UK. I am excited to work closely with Kenrick this year as we strive to build upon our semi-professional debut from the previous season.”
– Clive Castillo, General Manager of Brent Bulls


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