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Answer These Five Questions When the Cricket Season Ends to Turbo Boost Your Next Season

The end of the cricket season is the perfect time to reflect.

CRICKET JOBS: Cricket Professional - Eltham College ()UK

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Closing date: 5th October 2016

Eltham College is an academically outstanding school situated just 15 minutes from both central London by train, and from the M25 and the Kent countryside by car. We are currently seeking a Cricket Professional to lead practice, motivate students and instruct players of all ages in current game strategies and techniques. A separate Master in Charge of Cricket assists with fixtures and administration and as such, the Cricket Professional will be expected to work closely with him/her.

Selecting a Cricket Team is Hard and Thankless: Here is How to Get it Right (Mostly)

Being a selector is difficult whether you are picking the India team or your local club cricket XI. Is there a way to make it easier?

Cricket Show S7 Episode 32: Spinners and Statistics

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Sam Lavery, Mark Garaway and David Hinchliffe get together for cricket coaching conversations. The show this week starts with a conversation about coaching spinners, off the back of an interview with former England spinner Ashley Giles.

There are some ideas for ways to play at trials, and then a long conversation around the use of statistics and analysis in club and school cricket. Questions fielded by Tony in a recent article are discussed in detail.

Chase Totals with the Skill of Eion Morgan's England ODI Team

If chasing totals is an art then setting totals is a skill.

How to Be a World-Class Cricket Character who is Invaluable to the Team

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At the end of this season, one of my team's players left the club to move to another city. It was emotional because he has been at the same club for 15 years, man and boy.

But the biggest reason he will be missed is his awesome cricketing attitude.

Proven Ways to Win More One Day Cricket Games

The limited over shoot out is simple: Most runs win. But as the game has changed so much in recent years, should you revise your team's tactics in the format?

Take Singles to Spin Like Kohli with These Drills

Have you ever wondered how the best players of spin seem to score off almost every ball that they face?

Players such as AB DeVilliers, Virat Kohli and Hashim Amla rarely face two balls in a row unless they score a boundary. The board keeps ticking over with little or no risk.

Cricket Show S7 Episode 31: Three Men and a Dog

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Sam Lavery, Mark Garaway and David Hinchliffe discuss playing and coaching cricket. The main topic is about the classic saying "we should have got 40 more". How can we review batting scores and work out how many you could have got that will actually help?

Then, there are questions about the shiny side of the ball for spinners, and a discussion on ways to practice picking up singles. Listen to the show for some classic drills!

Help Spinners by Using Associated Thinking

I basked in the sun at the Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton to watch Somerset take on Hampshire in the County Championship on Tuesday. It was Day one of four. The cricket was enthralling.