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CRICKET JOBS: HR Officer - ICC (UAE)

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Closing date: 2nd July 2015

The International Cricket Council (“ICC”) is the global governing body for the sport of cricket.

PV/VIDEO Weekly Highlights: Spinning It up in the Nets

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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 S6 Episode 22: The Secret Coach

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Sam Lavery, Mark Garaway and David Hinchliffe discuss Gary Palmer's coaching of Alastair Cook and what it means for the ECB coaching system. Does having a "secret" coach really add up to a failure of the system?

Plus, the team talk about how to hit back of a length balls outside off stump, and dealing with the thorny issue of being a fast bowler who is wayward. It's a classic problem but the answer is all in the show.

Is there a better cricketing way to spend half an hour? No!

What is Cricket Talent?

What is Talent? It's obvious, right?

At the outset of my coaching career, I was asked by a good friend to assist him with a team that he had just taken on. The organisation that he was working for was making the transition from being run by committed volunteers to becoming more professional. Keith had to move things forward whilst being politically savvy.

We came across a very impressive 15 year old batter. He was brave, got behind the ball, had a simple method that looked transferable higher up the levels yet he could hardly hit the ball off the square.

CRICKET JOBS: Coach - Chris Harrison Consultancy (ECB)

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Closing date: 26th June 2015

Small cricket coaching business is seeking a hard working talented coach who can lead a strong and substantial cricket programme. A minimum of ECB Level 2 (Level 3 preferred) coaching with a strong playing history is desired.

CRICKET JOBS: Admin Assistant - Cricket Ireland (Ire)

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Closing date: 26th June 2015

CRICKET JOBS: Personal Development and Welfare Coach - ECB (UK)

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Closing date: 22nd June 2015

Personal Development and Welfare Coach – England Women’s Performance Pathway
1. PURPOSE OF THE JOB
Enable players and coaches in the England Women’s Cricket Pathway to manage their lifestyles so as to sustain success on and off the field.
Whilst the England Women’s PDW reports to the National Lead for PDW on all matters, he or she also has a strong responsibility to work in close association with the Head of Science and Medicine, Women’s High Performance Manager, Managing Director of Women’s Cricket and, relevant ECB England National Coaches.

Beat This Practice Paradox to Become a Cricketer

The best way to become a better cricketer is to train in an way that is comfortable, but also challenges you to improve.

Is it possible to achieve both these aims at the same time?

Absolutely.

We are often told as cricketers to "get out of the comfort zone" when trying to improve: Push hard, give everything you have. It's the stuff of motivational posters from Nike. That said, I'm also willing to bet you have seen the best improvements when you have been comfortable, relaxed and confident.

Hers how you can set yourself up to work harder than ever while feeling happy about it.

Turn Chaotic Nets into Performance Sessions with Just One Coach

How can one man coach a whole club?

This question is one that many a coach has been confronted with over the years. You've just been offered a senior coaching role at a new club. With visions of one-to-one discussions with batters, technical drills for bowlers, ongoing assessments and fitness development programs, your creative brain is firing.

Soon after, reality hits.

You’re coaching all four teams. They all train during the same two hour session once a week. Many will come and go at different times, and of course they all have a world of different issues they want to work on.

Oh, and you're on your own.

No assistant, no helpers, and no parents who you used to call upon when you were working with the juniors.

Don’t despair, there are still a few ways for you to make your sessions productive as long as you and your players can work to some simple guidelines.

Cricket Show 312: Competition Winner

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

The winning question was,

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