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PitchVision: Improve Your Cricket

Do you want to grow your cricket? Then PitchVision is the home of online coaching and self-improvement in the game. Bring your "growth mindset" to better technique, better tactics, more skill and a winning team. All these things are possible if you play the game to improve rather than prove.

Read, watch, listen, work, improve. That's the PitchVision way.

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Mark Garaway’s Review of the Year Part Three

In the final part of my 2017 review, I take a look at the back end of the year, September to December.

Improve Your Bowling with Variety

How many times has a left arm seamer been picked because they offer “variety” to a cricket team?

The Unstoppable Power of Left Arm Pace Death Bowling

If you have any pride in your left arm seam bowling, you need to bowl at the death in your cricket matches.

Left Arm Bowling is Magic Skill: Make the Most of the Cricket Southpaw

Left arm bowlers are special. Here's how to make the most of your southpaw cricket style.

PitchVision Cricket Review of the Year

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Another year, another 150,000 words, another 1,500 minutes of audio and video. It's been a crackerjack year for players and coaches who follow PitchVision.

Mark Garaway's Cricket Year Part Two

This is part two of Mark Garaway's cricket coaching year.

Master Death Bowling with Integrated Cricket Practice

Bowling a few yorkers at the end of nets is no way to prepare for the stress of death bowling.

4 Ways to Become a High Class Death Bowler

Bowling the last few overs of an innings is like being a Hollywood star. When everything goes well you are adored. Put one foot wrong and your embarrassment could not be more exposed.

Here's the Advice I Gave Santa This Christmas

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Santa doesn't play or coach much cricket. I know because he told me one one of our regular updates to him about my kid's "naughty or nice" status.

But I told him he should give it a go.

Think about it, he's the perfect opening batsman. Sure he is overweight by modern standards but anyone who has the stamina to ride a sleigh all night, clamber up and down chimneys and lug that huge sack around would find scoring a hundred a cinch.

So I said to Santa that he should consider trying a few games when the Christmas break is over.