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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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How to Improve Your Cricket Form at the Right Time

Form is a strange thing. We all know it when we have it, and we all wonder how to get it back when it goes.

Improve Cricket Nets with Themes

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One of the fastest ways to get something from a big net session is to give it a theme.

Watch the Proteas Batting Masterclass on PitchVision

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Tune in to PitchVision’s PVTV to watch Proteas David Miller, Temba Bavuma and Chris Morris take on Audi’s Batting Masterclass Challenge!

Cricket Show S8 Episode 1: Fielding Average

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The podcast returns for 2017 with more discussion between Mark Garaway, Sam Lavery and David Hinchliffe. This first show hits it's stride with a discussion on the new fielding average in the BBL.

Then, questions are answered on injuries caused by the front foot block and how to deal with fear of the short ball.

Listen in for details.

Use the Fumble Challenge to Create Classy Keepers

I love it when a new coach comes onto my team, it means that I can start stealing his coaching drills!

Analysis: Improving a Fast Bowler

This is a guest article from Waqas Zafar: video analyst, cricket enthusiast and computer scientist based in Lahore. Read more of his work by clicking here.

In this article, I’ll be analysing a seamer from a cricket club who has bowled a total of 368 balls in the indoor nets. The deliveries were tracked on PitchVision's PV/ONE ball tracking over the course of a preseason in the UK.

Here's the Trouble with Cricket Stats

Have you been watching the BBL?

Cricket Batting Tips: Stop Playing That Stupid Shot Again by Surfing the Urge

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Admit it, you have played a shot you regret.

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?

What Does Ricky Ponting Have in Common with this 13 Year Old Keeper?

In my first few years as a coach I used to go along to coaching presentations and hear about the benefit of reflection and review.

Having been bought up in a “beer and chat” environment as a player, all this was a bit lost on me: A bit of utopian and conceptual thinking rather than real coaching practice that I could use with teams and cricketers.

Then I met Ricky Ponting!

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