The complete guide to cricket coaching

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Coaching has never been more important, or more competitive.

For you to survive as a coach you need to be able to draw the best from players better than anyone else. And we at PitchVision Academy want to help you with that.

So here is a list of all our best cricket coaching articles and podcasts separated by category, as a single reference point for you to improve your coaching, improve your players and make a difference.

Coaching Philosophy
Coaching Techniques
Running Nets and Practice
Coaching Tactics
Coaching Batsmen

Coaching Pace, Seam and Swing Bowlers

Coaching Spinners
Coaching Fielders and Wicketkeepers
Coaching Captains
Keeping Players Fit
Building a Team
Other Tips
Coaching Podcasts
Coaching Discussions


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Very very nice and demanded article for a norman level coach who wants to play his players according to national level.

You hard worked David! Smiling

Excellent stuff Dave. Hope you don't mind me adding the below link to a few more decent drills available from ECB CA website.

I,m qualified Level II cricket coach from Pakistan, I did my level I from U-K in 2006.

hi there i'm level 1 coach which i did in South Africa but would to better myself at the moment i am coaching u/11 i enjoy very much i would like to study cricket further.Hope you can help or give me some tips. thanks ellen

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