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Cricket Show S8 Episode 19: Born Ready

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David Hinchliffe chats with Mark Garaway and Sam Lavery about cricket at school, club, academy (and sometimes professional) level. This week there are chats about "wasting talent", dealing with fear of failure and choosing the right University to play cricket.

Cricket Show S8 Episode 18:What Makes A Great Coach?

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Mark Garaway, Sam Lavery and David Hinchliffe discuss the finer points of coaching and playing cricket. The show talks about T20 batting on tough pitches and asks what makes a good coach.

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Cricket Show S8 Episode 17: Torpedo Thompson

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Mark Garaway, Sam Lavery and David Hinchliffe talk about batting, bowling and fielding. The team answer questions about red hot drives, bat speed and nets without nets.

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Cricket Show S8 Episode 16: Watch the Ball Hard

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Mark Garaway and David Hinchliffe talk cricket coaching. There is chat about in-season training followed by listener's questions on watching the ball from the bowler's hand and changing your fast bowling action.

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Cricket Show S8 Episode 14: I Can't Feel My Hands

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Mark Garaway and David Hinchliffe get into cricket coaching questions. This show discusses the weather (of course), isometric exercises and how to stop the curse of being a great net batsman but a terrible middle batsman!

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Cricket Show S8 Episode 13: Bowling Back and Keeping Hands

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Mark Garaway and Sam Lavery join David Hinchliffe to answer cricket coaching questions about back pain while bowling and wicketkeeping technique tips.

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Cricket Show S8 Episode 12: Motivation

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Mark Garaway and Sam Lavery talk about motivation in cricket, especially related to this article.

Cricket Show S8 Episode 11: Balanced and Open Face Batting

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Mark Garaway, Sam Lavery and David Hinchliffe help players improve their cricket.

The show team answer questions about balance while batting and opening the face of the bat when driving.

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Cricket Show S8 Episode 11: Resilient Cricket

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Mark Garaway and David Hinchliffe talk cricket from club and school to Test and ODI.

The topics on the table this week are adapting to different conditions, building resilience into your game, setting goals for the season and becoming an analyst.

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Cricket Show S8 Episode 10: How to Bowl Dots

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Mark Garaway and David Hinchliffe get their Director heads together to talk cricket.

David is part of a four year strategy for his cricket club and Garas has some words of wisdom from his time planning at various cricket organisations. But it's not all high falutin' goal setting.

There are also questions about keeping your head still when you bat, and bowling dots in one day cricket.

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