Frankston Peninsula is a Melbourne-based cricket club playing in Victorian Premier Cricket, the highest level of club cricket in the state.
The club’s progressive attitude has warmed PitchVision Academy to the team, especially their creative approach to video and data analysis: ideas which have previously been reserved for the professional game.
So this week on the show we talk to coach Chris Hall of Saxon Sport Frankston about how he is using video and data to make club cricketers better.
At the other end of the scale we talk to Watsonian stalwart James ‘Ducky’ Easton. Ducky tells us all about what it’s like to be the old head who takes things less seriously. Every club has one and it’s a job to balance being the joker with getting results for the team.
He also reveals how things have changed at Watsonian in the 10 years since he broke into the first team.
Has your club got equally well balanced?
Finally this week Burner’s and I answer your coaching questions on fast bowling technique and how to bowl on wet wickets.
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