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What lessons can coaches and players learn from England's mistakes at the World Cup? That's the story Mark Garaway David Hinchliffe and Sam Lavery talk about on the show with an air of despair.
This is a cracking drill for wicket keepers standing back using equipment that is becoming commonplace within coaching kitbags around the world.
We are presently in a "specific preparation phase" of the programme, so much of the aim of our sessions are build volume into both keepers "catch" and to free up the movement patterns to both right and left handed batters.
The session was for two keepers. They swapped every six balls to simulate overs. We ran the session in a confined net area so I ensured that we maximised the width of the area so the keepers could move freely for offside takes and for simulated outside edges. It's just as easy to run outdoors or in the open, or both.
You can use a Sidearm, bowling machine or bowlers for the drill.
You'll also need Fusion Multi-stumps
Closing date:1st April 2015
Cricket NSW is currently recruiting for a General Manager of Game Development.
This is an exclusive excerpt from How to Become A Cricketer, from IPL Coach Monty Desai. For more information about the videos and eBooks, click here.
When we are looking for players at cricket trials there are some important qualities beyond runs and wickets and stat figures.
Closing date: 20th April 2015
Groundsperson Apprenticeship 2015: Information for Applicants
Sussex County Cricket Club is offering an excellent opportunity for a person to train as an Apprentice Groundsperson, gaining a National Diploma Level 2 from Plumpton College. This apprenticeship would cover a two-year period starting in May 2015.
Closing date: 10th April 2015
Cricket is New Zealand’s premier summer sport with 150,000 people currently playing the game, making it one of the most widely played sports in the country.
Closing date: 10th April 2015
The South Australian Cricket Association is one of the state's leading sporting organisations with an international reputation for excellence in the promotion of the game of cricket. The Association is now welcoming applications for the position of Country Cricket Development Officer.The position will ideally be located on the Eyre Peninsula, to service Whyalla, Port Augusta, Roxby Downs and the Eyre Peninsula.Reporting directly to the Regional Team Leader, the key responsibilities of this role will be to increase participation at all levels of cricket within the regions and implement and manage a best-practice talent identification system and pathway network for regional cricketers.
Closing date: undisclosed
Casual Community Cricket Coaches Flexible Hours per week £15 p/h
A number of vacancies have arisen within Cricket Wales and Glamorgan Cricket for Casual Community Cricket Coaches.
The areas that coaches are required are Cardiff, Vale of Glamorgan, Bridgend and Rhondda Cynon Taf.
Closing date: 1st April 2015
The Western Australian Cricket Association (WACA) is the governing body of cricket in the state of Western Australia, home to WA’s elite teams, the Alcohol.Think Again Warriors and the Alcohol.Think Again Western Fury, and the T20 Big Bash League’s Perth Scorchers. It oversees the development of the game across a variety of metro and regional areas, age groups and communities. The WACA’s vision is to make cricket Australia’s favourite sport, in conjunction with Cricket Australia, and to be the leaders across national team representation, elite team success, participation, engagement and fan experience.