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Remember the Difference Between Winning and Succeeding

We sat in desperate silence in the changing room.

Chaos Brings More Skill to Your Cricket

A little chaos is a good thing for your cricket.

Wicketkeepers: Are You the Drummer or the Conductor?

The conductor. The sergeant-major. The cheerleader. The Drummer. What is a 'keeper?

England and Kent coach Paul Farbrace tells us wicketkeeper is the drummer in the band: Keeping the beat of the fielding side with tidy glove work and unobtrusive, focused encouragement. Insightful, canny and reliable.

Use These Examples to Prove "It's the Way That I Play" Wrong

“It’s the way I play!”

The Cricket Stack: How to Stop Worrying About Your Technique

Once you know about the cricket stack, you can relax about your technique and actually start playing well.

The Pressure Myth

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Pressure is the most overused and misunderstood word in cricket.

How to Overcome Bad Luck

In cricket, you can’t eliminate luck, but you can give yourself a better chance of success.

How to Get Past the Horror of Watching Yourself Play Cricket

Video is everywhere now, but you're using it wrong.

Make Batting First Easier with Stretch Goals

“What’s a good score on this pitch?”

Answer These Five Questions When the Cricket Season Ends to Turbo Boost Your Next Season

The end of the cricket season is the perfect time to reflect.

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