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Cricket is changing fast, and so your ways of playing and training have to change too, otherwise you will be left behind by stronger, faster and more streetwise cricketers!

But fear not, because PitchVision are always a step ahead. You can visit facilities like Gillespie Sports for detailed analysis. You can keep up to date by making the website and app your destination for better cricket and you can start to streak ahead of the also-rans.

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How to Be a World-Class Cricket Character who is Invaluable to the Team

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At the end of this season, one of my team's players left the club to move to another city. It was emotional because he has been at the same club for 15 years, man and boy.

But the biggest reason he will be missed is his awesome cricketing attitude.

Proven Ways to Win More One Day Cricket Games

The limited over shoot out is simple: Most runs win. But as the game has changed so much in recent years, should you revise your team's tactics in the format?

Take Singles to Spin Like Kohli with These Drills

Have you ever wondered how the best players of spin seem to score off almost every ball that they face?

Players such as AB DeVilliers, Virat Kohli and Hashim Amla rarely face two balls in a row unless they score a boundary. The board keeps ticking over with little or no risk.

Cricket Show S7 Episode 31: Three Men and a Dog

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Sam Lavery, Mark Garaway and David Hinchliffe discuss playing and coaching cricket. The main topic is about the classic saying "we should have got 40 more". How can we review batting scores and work out how many you could have got that will actually help?

Then, there are questions about the shiny side of the ball for spinners, and a discussion on ways to practice picking up singles. Listen to the show for some classic drills!

Help Spinners by Using Associated Thinking

I basked in the sun at the Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton to watch Somerset take on Hampshire in the County Championship on Tuesday. It was Day one of four. The cricket was enthralling.

How to Use Planning Perfection to Quickly Boost Your Cricket

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Imagine what your perfect cricketing day would be like.

From the moment you wake to the time you close your eyes to sleep, everything goes completely to plan. What would it look like?

Case Study: Can You Use Control Statistics to Improve Club Cricket Performance?

This season, I have been conducting an experiment with a new way to measure cricket performance: "Batting Control". I have spent a whole club cricket season tracking and reviewing.

So, is control worth adding to your club and school reviews or is it one piece of data too many? Read on to find out.

CRICKET JOBS: Cricket Coaches - Dan Housego Cricket Coaching

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Dan Housego Cricket Coaching is dedicated to providing Professional Cricket Coaching by Professional Cricketers.

The head coaches Dan Housego and Michael Bates are looking for reliable, hard working coaches that are comfortable working with groups and individuals, ranging from juniors through to adults. 

The Easy Guide to Strength and Conditioning for Cricket

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Fear.

It’s a natural reaction to the unknown and a way of protecting yourself. But your job isn’t to live in fear of negative results, it’s to improve.

And that means learning some of the basics of general fitness alongside cricket skills.

What Captains Learn from Great Skippers

Have you ever asked for captaincy feedback?

Those who are brave enough often pick up great insights that help shape their future and more effective leadership approaches.