Albury cricket star Kade Brown plans to combine playing with his new coaching career in football.
Brown was recently appointed co-coach of Tallangatta and District premiers Thurgoona with Dan Cleary for the 2021 season.
He's also one of Cricket Albury-Wodonga's top players as a hard-hitting left-hand batsman and leg-spin bowler.
"Yeah, it's going to be difficult (to combine), I'm still yet to sit down with (Albury coach) 'Stylesy' and nut it out, but he's been really supportive, we'll find a way to make it work," he said.
Yeah, it's going to be difficult, I'm still yet to sit down with (Albury coach) 'Stylesy' and nut it out, but he's been really supportive, we'll find a way to make it work.Kade Brown
"We train one night a week with cricket, so I'll see if I can work that one night a week in with footy and cricket."
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Brown didn't play cricket for a long time in his 20s as he devoted time to his football at North Albury.
"As you start to get a little bit older, you realise it's not going to be around forever," he said.
CAW is yet to make a decision on its starting date for the 2020-2021 season with the scheduling of the AFL grand final to play a role.