By CricketCountry Staff
Kingston: Aug 2, 2012
Wright is set to leave the New Zealand coaching job after the end of the tour of West Indies, and he will be replaced by Mike Hesson.
After losing the opening Test by nine wickets to the Caribbean side, Taylor expressed his side is determined to level the series for Wright.
"John's been a good servant of New Zealand cricket over the years, not only as a player but as a coach," Taylor said.
"I've learnt a lot off him and he's had a lot to do with a lot of these youngsters. They'll be up for a big game and hopefully we can give him a good send-off," he was quoted as saying by the New Zealand Herald.