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PV/VIDEO Weekly Highlights: No Fielders in the Air

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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 41: Bowl, Eat, Drink, Sleep, Bowl

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Feats of amazing athletic fielding are in the mind of the team this week. Mark Garaway and David Hinchliffe discuss exactly how to throw down the stumps in spectacular fashion like Matthew Wade did.

There is also a discussion on the question of coming back for a second spell, or bowling two days in a row. There is plenty of advice, and foam rolling is mentioned. Plus Garas is throw a dog-eared old ball and asked to get some wickets. How will he do it?

Listen to the show to find out!

Quick Tip: Avoid the Tyranny of Simplicity

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It's easy on the Internet to be reductive. It's easy to say "just practice harder and you will be fine". its easy because it appeals to our deep desire to keep things simple.

Cricket practice is basically a simple thing: it's about volume and repetitions and practicing more. The more you catch the better a catcher you become.

You can stop there and do pretty well.

Find the Best Catching Style for More Catches More Often

Have you ever thought about the many different ways that a person can move and position themselves ahead of taking a safe catch?

CRICKET JOBS: Head Groundsman - Walmley CC (UK)

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Closing date: 14th November 2014

 

Walmley Cricket Club, an ECB clubmark accredited cricket club based in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham is seeking a Head Groundsman for their main ground. 

CRICKET JOBS: Cricket Development Officer - Worcestershire CB (UK)

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Closing date: 14th November 2014

 

WCBL Cricket Development Officer (Secondary Schools, Women & Girls)

35 hours per week - Salary: £18,000 to £20,000 plus expenses

Use These Better "Fillers" at Nets to Improve Fitness and Keep Injuries Away

It's a simple and effective training method to add "filler" exercises to net sessions to help with fitness training. You know the type of thing; adding in press ups and sprints between balls to increase fatigue and bump up fitness. Here is a perfect example. We have done this kind of work for years.

I'm sure if I asked you to name a few simple things players could do, you quickly think of exercises like press ups, chin ups, squats and lunges. How about we add a few more into the mix that will also prevent injury. Plus, it gets a bit dull doing lunges, so why not mix it up?

Naturally, you won't want to run fillers at every nets you do. It depends on your goal for the session, but the fact is that these movements tick a lot of boxes: They save time, they reduce injury and they test your technique under fatigue. If you want to do those things, get going!

CRICKET JOBS: Head Coach - West of Scotland CC (UK)

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Closing date: undisclosed

West of Scotland Cricket Club seek a Head Coach for season 2015 to oversee and run all aspects of coaching our senior and junior players and promote the Club’s development culture.

CRICKET JOBS: Admin Officer, Anti Corruption and Security Unit - ICC (Dubai)

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Closing date: 13th November 2014

The International Cricket Council (“ICC”) is the global governing body for the sport, which administers all aspects of international cricket. The role will be based at our headquarters in Dubai, and preference will be given to candidates who are already based in the United Arab Emirates. 

We are currently looking for an Administration Officer for the Anti-Corruption & Security Unit (ACSU), who would provide administrative support to the entire Unit and, secretarial assistance to the General Manager of the Anti-Corruption & Security Unit. 

CRICKET JOBS: Senior Broadcast Manager - ICC (Dubai)

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Closing date: 21st November 2014

The International Cricket Council (“ICC”) is the global governing body for the sport, which administers all aspects of international cricket. The role will be based at our headquarters in Dubai. 

We are currently looking for a Senior Broadcast Manager who would be responsible in overseeing all live and non-live broadcasts and audio visuals for the ICC.

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