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CRICKET JOBS: Cricket Academy Head Coach - Whitgift School (UK)

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Closing date: 15th April 2016

Whitgift is one of Britain’s leading independent boarding and day schools for boys aged between 10 and 18 years, with approximately 1440 pupils and 106 boarding or flexi-boarding pupils.

CRICKET JOBS: Trainee Groundstaff - New Zealand Cricket (NZ)

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Closing date: 7th April 2016

We have a vacancy for a Trainee Grounds Staff. This is a full time role based at the New Zealand Cricket High Performance Centre in Lincoln. You will be assisting with the preparation and presentation of playing surfaces and surrounds, helping with covering systems and the general work associated with hosting cricket tournaments.

Cricket Show S7 Episode 9: The Gear Barrier

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Mark Garaway, Sam Lavery and David Hinchliffe get together to discuss cricket coaching and advice. There is a discussion on the idea of less equipment to help build player-coach relationships.

Plus, coaching questions are answered on playing yorkers and the best style of batting for a State U19 player.

Listen in for the details.

Warm Up to Throw (Part Two)

Part two of the “warm up to throw” programme is weighted ball work.

CRICKET JOBS: People Advisor - ECB (UK)

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Closing date: 4th April 2016

This role is a 6 month fixed term contract that will work closely with the People Partner.  They will be responsible for providing administrative support and some first line HR operational support.

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The HR People team has 3 full time members of staff.  Due to volume of work, additional resource is needed to take on day to day administrative support.
 
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How to Coach Cricketers Who Have Loads of Coaches

Iain Brunnschweiler is England Development Programme Coach, and founder of Inspired Cricket

These days it seems like every player has a dozen coaches; teachers, club, rep level, school and parents are all chipping in to help.

Who do they listen to?

Video: Are You Bowling the Wrong Length?

Are you bowling the wrong line and length? This video shows a spinner who can change his target area and instantly get more wickets for fewer runs. Could you do the same?

Improve Your Batting Shot Selection by Knowing Your Zones

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This is a guest article from Fish Hoek Cricket Club Head Coach, Jamie Rood

We’ve all heard it before: A wild selection of meaningless shots played during a net simply because there is no consequence, resulting in the coach shouting from 25 yards away,

"What’s your game plan?"

Graphic: Three Standards for Excellent Fielders

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The fielding standards of excellent fielders. You can do that!

Warm Up to Throw, Don't Throw to Warm Up

You show me a fielder who has never had a sore arm or shoulder from throwing and I will assume they "choose" to field at slip, irrespective of the state of the game!

For the rest of us, one thing that helps is learning how to warm up, condition and strengthen your shoulder and arm ahead of pinging the ball in matches or practice.