Category Archives: Management

Busy Bucky!

“There’s nothing better than feeling wanted; and there’s nothing worse than feeling unwanted.” – UNKNOWN With summer now actually here, by the calendar at least, the disjointed cricket schedule has been further weighed down by the plethora of books released … Continue reading

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Integrity & Standards

One of the benefits of being a coach in the millenial, digital age is access to an endless range of knowledge sources. Wisdom gained from experience, some good and some not so. Many a successful coach (success qualified as recognised … Continue reading

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Unlock The Wisdom

In the pursuit of success aligned to change, clubs will inevitably alter the structure of coaches in the positions of head, assistant or development coach at some point. For the coaches that find themselves in this situation of a new … Continue reading

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Finally ~ Progress driven by ……. women (gasp!)

An indulgent rant for positive progress. So all that it has taken is a little amount of reasonable exposure for Women’s cricket to rapidly shift the staid thinking and lack of planning that has plagued the sport of cricket for … Continue reading

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Selection Policy

The trumpets blare to announce the Medal events – Brownlow and Dally M. The parades arranged for the AFL and NRL ultimate conclusion. Nervousness flows from the winter tribes to the summer combatants. Angst is worming through the veins and … Continue reading

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