Off season specials….
The Complete Cricketer
Established for over 10 years, The Complete Cricketer Academy has been the foundation of success in cricket and in life for hundreds of its students. Experienced, qualified coaches, registered with WPCCA, run the academy throughout the year. All coaches are CSA qualified and have experience both playing and coaching the game. We focus on small group and individual coaching sessions that enhance the learning and development of our players in a safe, cricket oriented environment.
The Complete Cricketer offers the opportunity to explore, and excel in, all aspects of cricket – not just the fundamentals.
We provide comprehensive development programs – addressing not only the disciplines of batting, bowling and fielding – but also vital aspects such as Attitude, Concentration, Fitness and Sportsmanship.
Parent’s responsibilities are:
- To sign and understand the Informed Consent Form regarding their child’s safety at practice.
- To make payment within seven days of receiving invoice.
- To arrive on time for sessions and collect players promptly at the end of each session.
The Complete Cricketer Academy aims to bring learning through participation to as many young cricketers as is possible.
However, this has to be managed and structured correctly to maximize the benefit to each individual and group.
Key core principles are adhered to make this process work:
The Complete Cricketer Academy’s prime focus is on providing a safe training environment and to maximize the enjoyment and learning for all students.
The following rules and disciplinary measures are in place to provide this environment and that all students “know their boundaries.”
Michael Lumb has put his first-class career ahead of the IPL after foregoing the chance of another deal in India to secure a new contract with Nottinghamshire
Manojit Ghosh, the Bengal medium-pacer whose action has come under scrutiny, has been barred from playing BCCI-organised tournaments
Zimbabwe is set to host Afghanistan for a limited-overs tour starting late next month, ESPNcricinfo has learnt
Ross Taylor's career needed realigning at the start of the season, and he has responded with a glut of runs which is taking him to rarely seen heights for a New Zealand batsman
Sri Lanka batsman Kumar Sangakkara and captain Dinesh Chandimal are wary of Pakistan's form and confidence ahead of the first Twenty20 in Dubai