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A really common question we get asked is…”What can I do at home to improve my batting.” With the Christmas break just around the corner (or already underway for some players) we thought it’d be a great time to put together our top 8 things you can do at home to improve your batting. Bat […]

We see it all the time…  So many players that are down on confidence and really struggle with their game and results.  A common theme when we speak to parents or coaches of players in our programs about young players performing is “they just seem much more confident”.  Having confidence and riding that wave of […]

One of the really tough things about being a coach is seeing and dealing with the sadness and disappointment of your players when they fail, especially knowing how hard they’ve worked and how much it means to them. As I’ve said before, I’m not a parent myself yet, but I’m sure that feeling must be […]

Being able to play this great game we love for as long as we can without suffering injuries can actually be difficult and it takes more effort than you may think. As I’m sure you’re aware of, cricketers seem to get injured quite often, especially fast bowlers. Taking the time to do rehab and get […]

There are many parts of the game that young players take time to develop. Most of the time these area’s are developed and honed over years of making mistakes and re learning or planning to get the desired result they want. These could be developing batting plans, honing your bowling skills, or developing the mental […]

Being able to execute a bouncer is a crucial skill for fast bowlers. What does a good bouncer do? It can intimidate the batsmen, it can push the batsmen back on their feet, it can take wickets, it can set up a batsman. All of these are true but the simple fact is, that being […]

Your ability to read a batsmen and identify flaws in their game and technique is critical in enabling you to develop effective plans to that batsman. Is it solely the bowlers job to read batsmen? Of course not. It’s a combined effort between bowler, keeper, captain, coach and fielders. Here are six technical errors, how […]

One thing I’ve noticed in my time developing players is that there are a lot of area’s that get neglected for young cricketers The most popular answer I get back when asked what do you want to be better at is “To score more runs”. Pretty simple isn’t it. But there’s one thing that many […]

You can all probably think of at least one player you hate having a net with for one reason or another… Don’t be that person! This guide will help you become a better teammate in the nets. 1. THROW THE BALL BACK TO THE BOWLER When a bowler is putting in the effort to bowl […]