If you have coached cricket to young players you will know that not everyone listens intently to your every word.
The nightmare scenario is a group who seem bent on destroying any chance of developing skills. It's frustrating because, as a good coach, you are aiming to make every session fun as well as instructive.
Yet someone finds a way to be disruptive to your plans: Asking irrelevant questions, getting bored after one try and trying to distract others, I even once saw a kid so unfocused he walked across the pitch as the bowler was bowling (fortunately with a soft ball)!
The standard advice is "make it fun", but what do you do when your best efforts to make things fun are disrupted?