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PitchVision: Improve Your Cricket

Do you want to grow your cricket? Then PitchVision is the home of online coaching and self-improvement in the game. Bring your "growth mindset" to better technique, better tactics, more skill and a winning team. All these things are possible if you play the game to improve rather than prove.

Read, watch, listen, work, improve. That's the PitchVision way.

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Build a Yorker Tunnel to Build Yorker Bowling Skills

Millfield head to India on Saturday with 30 boys and 15 girls to play in 15 limited over games over 11 days.

Sure, there is going to be a lot of learning about how to play spin but I’m also interested in how our seamers fare in a new cricketing environment.

Does Cricket Need More Coaching?

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Coaching is simple.

Work on Batting Plans Before Batting Technique

When you bat with a plan, you never have to worry about technique again.

Get Paid to Write with the PitchVision Writers Programme

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Do you love to write about cricket?

Do you want to get paid to write?

PitchVision Live Video Session on Using Data in Cricket

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 Watch this session on the use of data in cricket, recorded live and featuring examples from PitchVision's PV/ONE ball tracking software.

Cricket Show S7 Episode 45: Overs Under the Belt

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Sam Lavery and David Hinchliffe talk about cricket coaching, joined by Mark Garaway during the show. The main topic discusses the thorny subject of "overs under the belt" vs. "workload management" in fast bowlers. Should we draw a line, and if so where?

There are also readers questions about batting like Kohli (a tall order) and getting back to bowling after a year away from cricket.

The Five Weapons of Spin Trick that Leads to Successful Spinners

It's ECB Level Four final assessment week at Loughborough.

This is one of my favourite weeks of the year as I get to listen to a lot of fantastic coaches tell me about the great practice they are doing in their counties to support the development of young cricketers.

I normally take at least 10 ideas back to Somerset to use with the players at Millfield. 2016 is no exception to that rule!

One of the ideas that I am going to steal is one candidates model of "The Five Weapons of Spin!"

A Bad Day Doesn't Have to Mean Bad Cricket: Here's the Drills to Beat a Low Energy Slump

At training last night one of my team was clearly "not up for it". He wanted to put in his usual high work ethic but he was flat and unenthusiastic. Nothing felt right.

When this happens, how do you get out of the slump?

Batting Technique Tip: Keep Your Feet on the Ground

If you want to bat with power and timing, make sure you play your shots with both feet on the ground.

There's No Such Thing as Attacking Bowling

There’s no such thing as attacking bowling.

Or defensive bowling for that matter.

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