10 December 1979 |
Southampton, Hampshire, England
England Under-16s and 17s
|Domestic team information|
|2003||Hampshire Cricket Board|
Source: Cricinfo, 22 January 2010
Starting his career in 1998, he first played in the Minor Counties Trophy for the Hampshire Cricket Board, before appearing the next year to do so again. Having played his debut Second XI championship match in 1998, but not batting, thanks to one forfeited innings each side, he went nine months before another appearance in this tournament. However, he shone during his next Second XI match, picking up four wickets in two innings bowled against Kent. In 2000, he played one match against a New Zealand A side touring England for six weeks in June–July. In 2002, he helped Hampshire towards a second-place finish in the Second XI trophy tournament.
Brunnschweiler was the assistant and fitness coach at Hampshire until November 2011, when he left the Rose Bowl to take up a development role with England. As part of his role he has been appointed head coach of the England Under-16s and 17s.
- "Hampshire coach Iain Brunnschweiler leaves Rose Bowl". 3 November 2011. Retrieved 5 November 2011.