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PitchVision Academy: Innovative Technology, Classic Coaching

Technology is great for giving you the edge as a cricketer, and it has never been easier with your phone and the PitchVision app for Android and iPhone.

Yet, classic coaching is also still here, and just as important as ever. So we combine our innovations with advice, tips drills and skills to help your cricket.

Welcome to the world of PitchVision.

David Hinchliffe - Director of Coaching

Graham Gooch
James Anderson
Monty Desai
Michael Bevan - Finisher
JP Duminy Official Cricket CoursesMike BrearleyCricMax
Desmond HaynesCricket AsylumComplete Cricketer
Mark GarawayIain BrunnschweilerDavid Hinchliffe
Derek RandallMenno GazendamRob Ahmun
Kevin PietersenStacey HarrisAakash Chopra

Quick Tip: Use Averages to Set Realistic Tactics

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I was shocked by what I saw when I checked my local cricket league averages recently.

If you had asked me how many players had scored over 500 runs or taken over 30 wickets I would have guessed at least a dozen. That is the standard of a "decent" club cricketer in my idle mind.

Adapt Indoor Nets to Create Adaptable Cricketers

Adaptability is a tough skill to coach. Here's a simple way to change nets to coach your players to become adaptable to different conditions.

A Bad Day Doesn't Have to Mean Bad Cricket: Here's the Drills to Beat a Low Energy Slump

At training last night one of my team was clearly "not up for it". He wanted to put in his usual high work ethic but he was flat and unenthusiastic. Nothing felt right.

When this happens, how do you get out of the slump?

Which is Best: Nets or One to One Training?

If you have cricket training options, which is best?

How to Use the PitchVision App to Become a Cricketer

Ready to train like a cricketer? Improve your game with the help of your phone and the PitchVision app. Analyse your game like never before.

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Video: How to Make Cricket Nets More Fun and Competitive

Net games are easy to add to any standard net session. They make practice more fun and improve standards.

In this video you can find three simple ways to up the competitive part of nets.

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Cricket Show S7 Episode 4: The New Batting Manual

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Sam Lavery, David Hinchliffe and Mark Garaway hit the controversy button on the show. The topics include "mankading", bowling left and right handed in the same over and what goes into the "batting manual" now methods are many are similarities are few.

Plus, the usual couple of questions get a good delve.

Wicketkeeper Drill: The Wall Game

In a few short months during the summer of 1988 I went from being a 5 foot 5 inch aspiring club standard fast bowler to playing U15 International cricket as a wicket keeper. This came about through a combination of a number of factors.

Work on Batting Plans Before Batting Technique

When you bat with a plan, you never have to worry about technique again.

5 "Must Try" Hacks to Cricket Nets that are Proven to Grow Your Game

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All year, every year club, school and Academy players head to nets. As the aim is to improve, how can we make nets achieve that aim?

For the thinking cricketer, there is a list of things that make you say, "I must try that". Somehow you never get round to it and end up doing the same thing you always did.