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From batting and bowling to coaching and strength training, PitchVision Academy is your trusted source for better cricket. It has to be with big names like Kevin Pietersen, Nathan Bracken and Mark Garaway as part of the team of over 40 world-class mentors.

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CRICKET JOBS: Community Coaches, 2 positions - Edinburgh Council (UK)

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Closing date: 14th December 2014

 

City of Edinburgh Council in conjunction with the Lothian Junior Cricket Development Group are looking for 2 Community Coaches to help deliver their cricket programmes for 2015. Details of the jobs are below.

CRICKET JOBS: Head Groudsperson - Whitgift School (UK)

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Closing date: unsdisclosed

 

Location: Croydon Contract type:

Full Time Contract term: Permanent

Please apply as soon as possible

CRICKET JOBS: CDO - Surrey CCC (UK)

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Closing date: 1st December 2014

CDO - PEOPLE AND PLAYER DEVELOPMENT

SALARY AND BENEFITS:

Salary: £25,000-30,000 per annum

23 days holiday, up to 28 days

CRICKET JOBS: Intern - Middlesex CCC (UK)

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Closing date: 21 January 2014

Middlesex CCC are currently recruiting an intern to undertake the following duties:

CRICKET JOBS: Business Development Manager - ECB (UK)

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Closing date: 28th November 2014

 

The England and Wales Cricket Board was established on January 1st, 1997 as the single national governing body for all cricket in England and Wales and has its headquarters at Lord’s Cricket Ground in London.

CRICKET JOBS: Head of Commercial Rights - ECB (UK)

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Closing date: 28th November 2014

 

The England and Wales Cricket Board was established on January 1st, 1997 as the single national governing body for all cricket in England and Wales and has its headquarters at Lord’s Cricket Ground in London.

CRICKET JOBS: Admin Manager - PCYC (UK)

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Closing date: 30th November 2014

This exciting role will be based at the PCYC office located in the Yorkshire Indoor cricket school, Headingley, Leeds. We are looking for a dedicated and motivated person to oversee and co-ordinate the administration of the business.

PV/VIDEO Weekly Highlights: Metronomic

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Welcome to the PV/VIDEO Digest, your highlights summary of the weeks best videos from PitchVision Interactive

You can share these videos by email or onto facebook, and post your comments right here: From serious analysis to Friday fun. Here are the top videos uploaded from PitchVision systems around the world this week.

Cricket Show S5 Episode 43: From Playing to Coaching

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How can a player transition into being a good coach? With the appointments of Collingwood and Ramprakash to high profile roles, and some criticism floating around, the team discuss if you need to be a world-class player to coach at world-class levels. Or a good player to coach at good levels.

David Hinchliffe, Sam Lavery and Mark Garaway go on to look at cricket bats, and in particular how you deal with a bat that is not right for you. Plus we discuss the term "skidding the ball" and try to interpret exactly what it is, and how to use it to your advantage.

Your thoughts on the topic are welcome.

Quick Tip: Decide to be Conventional or Unorthodox by Asking Why

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Conventional thinking is a double edged sword.

A lot of orthodox ideas have found their way into cricket because they are effective. If you tell a batsman to dig in and play straight you are onto a winner because generally this advice works. It's worked for literally hundreds of years, especially with players of a certain type.

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