PitchVision Academy: A Lifetime of Cricket Learning

Welcome to PitchVision Academy, your companion through your cricketing career. It's here we welcome all from the enthusiastic youngster to the old pro, to the coach still helping players long after the boots have been hung up. There is something here for everyone in cricket.

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.

Want to be part of it? Just browse around and get the free email newsletter. Then use the advice in nets and at games. With online coaching of this quality, how can you do anything but succeed?

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CRICKET JOBS: Community Development Cricket Coach - Capital Kids Cricket (UK)

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Closing date: 3rd October 2014

 

Salary: £24,084 pa inclusive of LW 37.5 Hours per Week.

Minimum Fixed Term Contract for 12 months- (Contract extended subject to funding) will involve evening and weekend work.

CRICKET JOBS: Physio - Bangladesh Cricket Board

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Closing date: 25th September 2014

 

 

The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is a high profile national sports organization responsible for governing and developing the game of cricket in Bangladesh.

CRICKET JOBS: Accreditation Officer - ECB (UK)

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Closing date: 26th September 2014

ECB are seeking to recruit an Accreditation Officer.

Reporting to the Head of Media Operations you will be responsible for the provision of the ECB’s accreditation operation for the domestic and international cricket season in England and Wales.

CRICKET JOBS: Performnce Analyst - ECB (UK)

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Closing date: 3rd October 2014

 

Full Time Employed – Based At National Cricket Performance Centre, Loughborough

£30-35K  (dependent on experience) + excellent benefit

 

CRICKET JOBS: Assisitant Coach - Zimbabwe Cricket

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Closing date: 24th September 2014

 

National Team Assistant Coach

Applications are invited for the position of National Team Assistant Coach which have fallen vacant.

Quick Tip: Stand Up

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One of the fitness features of the Apple Watch is an app that tracks how much you stand up. Think that won't help your cricket? think again.

What the Apple Watch and iPhone 6 Mean for Cricket

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There is no doubt that technology is an important part of cricket, even at grass-roots level. That means when Apple make a product announcement, players and coaches interested in getting an edge should listen to what they have to say.

Yesterday, Apple announced the iPhone 6, 6 Plus and Apple Watch.

Look at the track record of technology in cricket, and Apple in particular, and you can see it's ever growing influence. Coaches and scorers have iPads, players use iPhones and other smart phones as the most portable of computers. Add to this innovations like bowling machines and PitchVision and you see that technology is already a huge part of cricket.

So, the important question is; do these new devices signal a change in the landscape, and if so how can you tap into their power?

Taking a Break: When Less Cricket is Better

Cricket is awesome. More cricket is more awesome, right?

Wrong.

If you want to be a cricketer, there is a balance to be had between playing, practising and doing something else completely. We know from the top level that burnout is a very real issue.

And it can happen to you as well.

Here is how you can use the power of rest and recovery to become a more powerful player.

Cricket Show 277: Competition Winner

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This week's winner of the Cricket Show podcast question competition is Ryan. He wins a free coaching course from PitchVision Academy.

The winning question was:

"I've got a good leg break with lots of side spin, and a pretty decent top spinner, but I find it really hard to bowl the googly, can anyone give me some suggestions?"

Listen to the panels answer to his question here.

To enter your own question for the chance to win your choice of online coaching course send your questions in here.

Can You Break the Shackles of Your Limited Cricket Talents?

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Does natural talent define your playing format?

Ed Smith argues that it does. In this article he say ODI batting is harder because it requires more natural talent. Test skills can be learned, ODI skills need something that can't be taught and a touch of genius.

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