Category Archives: MyCricket

Batting – How To Assess Success, Part 1

Some old school logic, aligned to the beliefs of Robert Baddeley “Bob” Simpson AO, on how to properly assess the performance of a batsman over a season in Premier / Grade cricket. Compile a list of all the performances. Take … Continue reading

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Player Review – Mid Season, Give A Little Feedback

As a coach at the half way point of the season with a little extra time available to properly reflect and contemplate the standard of performances observed and shared so far, it is good practice to consider a little extra … Continue reading

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Analysing The Opposition – Grade Cricket

At Grade cricket level, typically teams will only compete against each other once per season apart from finals. The knowledge of the opposition players shared primarily comes from a combination of senior players with experience over past seasons and younger … Continue reading

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Seeking clarity on the Michael Clarke hamstring? Look away, nothing to see here!

Much ado about nothing? A hamstring injury that has taken upon a character of it’s own? Michael Clarke innocently embroiled in “match fixing” of Grade Cricket? When the Western Suburbs Cricket Club, duly entered their teams for their Round 5 … Continue reading

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