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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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Batting Drill: Strike/Defend/Evade

My nickname in India is “Gadget Garaway!”. I’m called that because I always have the heaps of coaching equipment and technology in my rather large kit bag.

If You're Checking Cricket Technique, Do It in Matches

We all love to make technical improvements, but you're not finding your flaws unless you see them in matches.

Do You Make This Mistake in the Field?

Taking wickets is about more than just good bowling and fielding.

Improve Your Cricket Game with Gamification

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Everyone blames video games for rotting your brain and turning you into a couch potato. But the fact is, the power of game design can be harnessed to improve cricket in the real world.

Yes, you really can turn a game into a game.

Cricket Show S8 Episode 25: Coming Back From Injury

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Mark Garaway, Sam Lavery and David Hinchliffe are the cricket coaching podcast trio. The show talks you through coming back from injury and helping young bowlers stop all those pesky wides.

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Coaching the Spirit of Cricket

There was a young cricketer a number of years ago who was incredibly competitive. Someone who fought for his team and scrapped with the opposition in every way he could. Winning was everything, nothing else mattered.

Three Fundamentals of Coaching Kids Cricket

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Whether you are newly qualified coach, or one with 20 years experience, most coaches find a time when they are working with beginner kids.

How do you make the sessions great and encourage the group to come back next week?

40 Ways to Bat at Nets Instead of Just Hitting Balls. Now You Have No Excuse.

One of the worst things I can hear at cricket training is the dreaded phrase "I just want to hit balls".

Why is this so bad?

How to Bounce Back to Your Best Cricket Form

You have been doing well. Runs and wickets flow. Your team is winning. Then an unexpected result puts you on the skids.

Have you lost form? Are you untalented?

Cricket Show S8 Episode 24: Accidental Great Coaching

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David Hinchliffe is joined by Sam Lavery to chat about coaching and playing cricket. There are discussions about playing left arm seamers and getting a kind of cricket revenge.