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Finding Hope: The Amazing Comeback Story of Malawi Cricket

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Cricket in Malawi has gone from tatters to technology in just a few years. It's an incredible recovery story.

What Is the the Future of Cricket Coaching? Tom Scollay Is Working on It Now

Cricket has changed. Coaching needs to change with it.

How to Use Old Doormats to Improve Your Batting Against Spinners

 Use this drill to combine low tech mats and smart nets to improve your batting against spin. Footwork is essential, this drill forces fast feet.

Video: Create An Instant Replay Showreel at Cricket Nets

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PitchVision's new showreel feature is a brilliant way to boost cricket skills with instant, automated video feedback for batsmen and bowlers. Watch the video here:

Take A Cognitive Apprenticeship to Enhance Your Cricket Skills

Imagine a net session where the coach just gives you feedback from the bowling machine by showing you videos of what you are doing and videos of how things should be done.

Analysis: Improving a Fast Bowler

This is a guest article from Waqas Zafar: video analyst, cricket enthusiast and computer scientist based in Lahore. Read more of his work by clicking here.

In this article, I’ll be analysing a seamer from a cricket club who has bowled a total of 368 balls in the indoor nets. The deliveries were tracked on PitchVision's PV/ONE ball tracking over the course of a preseason in the UK.

Here's the Trouble with Cricket Stats

Have you been watching the BBL?

How to Use Your Phone at Cricket Nets Without Getting in Trouble

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You love your phone. You can't possibly be parted from it. The problem is that Coach has banned phones from the nets.

What do you do?

The Modern Cricket Coach's Guide to Managing Players

Managing players used to be easy didn’t it?

Not any more.

What Use Are Stats in Predicting Cricket?

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Recently, I had a great discussion with coach Ian Pont about the use of stats in predicting the future. Now I want to know what you think.

Can you use stats to help your cricket?

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