Monthly Archives: June 2014

The Equation of Execution

Repeatedly in the post play or match interview we get to hear the bowler or bowling coach comment of “execution” that extends into: “The ability to execute to the game plan.” “The simplicity of  the plan executed well.” “The successful … Continue reading

Posted in Execution, Lasith Malinga, T20, Tactics | 1 Comment

Batting – Starting An Innings

For many batsmen this weekend, it is either the last innings of the season, or the first innings of the next phase of the season – finals. Different scales of importance but with potential impact. Time then to reflect and … Continue reading

Posted in Evidence, Game Sense, Premier Cricket, Tactics | 1 Comment

Coaching – Key Element = Simplicity

“I think you’ve got to sum it up at the time – how you’re going, how the team’s going, whether you’re still making a difference,” he said. “As a coach, you have to make a difference, and you have to … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Shifting Tactical Mindset

Tactics that unfold within a cricket match can be seen as obvious once revealed, due to the time available within the game between action to think and consider. Often though the subtleties that lead to the outcome, are only aware … Continue reading

Posted in Evidence, Execution, Hockey, Ryan Harris, Tactics | Leave a comment

Australia v India, The Oval, Friday June 4th 1999

It was 15 years ago today that Australia played India in the first of the Super 6’s finals format of the 1999 ICC World Cup. Also coincided with the first time had the pleasure of sharing a sporting experience with … Continue reading

Posted in Execution | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment