Legendary Leeward Islands, and West Indies fast bowler curtly Ambrose, is to be part of the coaching staff, of the combined campuses & colleges (CCC) team.
He has been hired as a bowling consultant, for the ongoing WICB regional 4 day tournament.
In 98 test matches, Ambrose took 405 wickets at 20.99 runs apiece.
He played in 176 one-day internationals, hauling in 225 wickets (average 24.12) with an economy rate of 3.48.
Last year he was inducted into the icc hall of fame, during the annual awards ceremony in London.
In recent years, he has been working as a cricket analyst, on radio with line & length network, and espn television, during the WICB’S caribbean t20 tournament.
Ccc lost their opening match to Trinidad & Tobago last weekend.
Their second match will be against the Leeward Islands, starting on Friday at the 3ws oval.
Former champions Harris paints Harlem, has inched one step closer in capturing, the 2011/2012 lime premiere division title.
Harlem picked up a crucial three points on Sunday, when they easily brushed aside defending champions, northern concrete and steel bombers.
Harlem defeated the defending champions, by four goals to one, at Geneva in grand bay.
Mc Chris Morancie found the back of the net twice for Harlem, while there was one goal each, for Errol Blaize and Elmond derrick.
Shandel Williams scored the lone goal for the defending champions.
Harlem requires only a draw, to lift the title in their final encounter, against the former champion’s Caribbean cool bath estate.