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Welcome to PitchVision. They say cricket is 80% mental. That's true in a way, because how you feel has a powerful influence on how you play cricket; whatever your skill level. So, take some time to look around at the tips on going into your matches with control and confidence.

Naturally, mental toughness alone is useless without skill. Becoming world-class at the basics is another PitchVision mantra you can read, watch and listen about on these pages.

Take some time to find yourself, develop your game plan and be ready to smash it by joining the PitchVision community.


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CRICKET JOBS: Ground Staff - Hampshire Cricket (UK)

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Closing date: 22nd January 2015


Hampshire Cricket is looking to recruit to the groundstaff department of the Ageas Bowl in preparation for the 2016 season.

CRICKET JOBS: Business Development Manager - Lancashire CCC (UK)

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Closing date: 8th January 2016


Business Development Manager – Meeting & Event Sales

Salary commensurate with experience (plus benefits & bonus)

CRICKET JOBS: Assistant Head Coach - Essex CCC (UK)

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Closing date: 14th January 2016


Following Chris Silverwood’s appointment as Head Coach, he is now looking to put together his backroom staff ahead of the new campaign. In particular, the Head Coach is looking for an Assistant Coach who specialises in batting to complement his staff.

Chance to Play: How to Join a Cricket Academy

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You have heard the advice about how to become a cricketer: Get into a good Academy and the top quality coaching will send your game to the next level.

Whether you are in Delhi, Manchester or Sydney, the word “Academy” is shorthand for “excellence” and “success”. So, how do you get in there in the first place?

Improve Your Batting and Bowling with Clever Constraints

Recently, Mark Garaway spoke about the power of using constraints in practice to improve your cricket. This article will give you even more ways to use the same principle across batting and bowling.

What's Your Goal: A Four Step Plan to Rapidly Improve Your Cricket Skills

Today I am going to put my money where my mouth is. But I need your help too. This is a cricket skills case study about me: I'm going to report back to you on a goal so you can see how these methods work and take the ideas into your game. I'd love you to come along for the journey too.

Read on to join in.

CRICKET JOBS: Head Coach - VKB Knights (SA)

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Closing date: 10th January 2016


A VACANCY has arisen at the Central Cricket Franchise (Pty) Ltd for a Head Coach of the VKB Knights.

CRICKET JOBS: Club Development Officer - Clydesdale CC (UK)

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Closing date: 31st December 2015


Clydesdale Cricket Club is recruiting a Club Development Officer and are 're' advertising, and are open to the possibility of a job share option.

This post, supported by sportscotland, will deliver quality extra-curricular coaching sessions, will build the important link between schools and Clydesdale Cricket Club and will play a key role in the on-going development of Clydesdale Cricket Club.   A key to this role is generating interest in the sport and recruiting young people, particularly of primary school age, into long term participation in a safe and nurturing environment.

CRICKET JOBS: Cricket Coach - The Nottingham High School (UK)

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Closing date: 8th January 2016


The Nottingham High School is an independent day school (HMC), founded in 1513, which relocated to the Arboretum in 1867 and become co-educational from 2015.

Cricket Show S6 Episode 47: The Bubble Bursts

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Sam Lavery, Mark Garaway and David Hinchliffe are back to talk about the problem of dealing with unexpected problems. With the Millfield "bubble" out of action, there are some creative solutions coming from all sides.