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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.

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Discover and Hone Your Best Batting Trigger Move

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The Frantic Club Coach’s Guide to Better Cricketers

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Cricket Show S8 Episode 38: Success After 35

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Sam Lavery and David Hinchliffe talk to Mark Garaway about coaching and playing cricket. The show is about playing cricket successfully past 35 year old. The team also look at batting practice while injured and the art of six hitting.

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The Technical Session Mix to Brighten your Coaching Day

Every Friday, I head down to Millfield Prep School and work as an assistant coach for a good friend of mine, Head of Cricket Dave Beal. Dave played 1st Class cricket for Somerset and since then has helped developed countless 1st class cricketers in his time at Millfield.

Coaching Competence in Cricket: An Evidence Based Approach

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The demand for coaches to enhance player performance is increasing at an extraordinary rate.

PV/MATCH - Open for Orders!

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How are you going to approach Scoring in 2018?

The same as last year?

Things have changed. We live in a social media age. Cricket Scoring has changed... but perhaps not quite enough to keep pace. People expect more information; they expect video content – and they want it on their phones or on the web. More importantly, people want more than just the scores. If they can’t be there in person, they want to understand and experience ‘what actually happened’. They want to share the excitement, triumph, or tragedy.

How to Avoid Analysis Paralysis in Modern Cricket

With every ball of every cricket match on video these days, how do you avoid overload?

Cricket Show S8 Episode 37: Streaming Cricket and Big Strides

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David Hinchliffe talks to Mark Garaway about scoring and streaming cricket with PV/Match. There is also plenty of banter and tips, including a great one for batsman worried about getting a big stride in.

Three Drills to Score Runs Like Steve Smith

I read a fantastic question this week that challenged a conventional coaching view I heard the whole of my career but never had the "kahunas" to question my coaches!

Make the Most of Your Scorer for More Runs, Wickets and Wins

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Are you making the most of your scorer?

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