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Being a Certified Cricket Coach, I have a wide variety of teaching individuals starting from 4-year-old kids all the way to 40-year-old seniors in different aspects of the game. I have coached rep players, state players and club players. I am the Vice- President of Glenwood Redbacks Cricket Club and I have been teaching the U14 side for over 2 years now. If the individual has the desire to learn, I am happy in assisting at any level.

Every session is different with the main goals being different. I like to start with stretching and warmups to ensure reduce chances of injuries. Further depending if I am teaching one to one or in a group session but it normally starts with getting the body moving. As this happens, we outline an aim for the session in order to set goals for our learning and do drills, learn new skills and games for that aim. We eventually want to create positive habits and do this through repetition.

I am trained to teach all aspects of cricket, but I love teaching the mental aspect of the game. Cricket is a mental game past a certain point which isn’t highlighted much. I love looking at different perspectives and understanding the game to understand your strengths and weaknesses.

In the end learning should be enjoyable for kids and if we make our process fun, we can maintain motivation and achieve anything! Work Smarter not Harder!

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