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6 week coaching scheme cricket skills

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Six Week Cricket Training Programme The training will take place indoors at the sports hall area of Hetton Comprehensive School. The sessions will begin at 6.00pm and finish at 8.00pm and will run over a period of 6 weeks. Ideally participants should arrive 10 minutes before the session is due to start to ensure everyone is present. Participants will be issued with a letter before the first training date with information concerning the venue, times and dates of the forthcoming sessions and the appropriate clothing and equipment which will be required for both practical and safety reasons. There will be around 22 participants taking part in the scheme. Objectives Have all 22 participants: * Understand the fundamental rules of the game * Undertake a good knowledge of the various fielding positions around the pitch * Gain the essential skills for playing the game such as batting, bowling and fielding * Able to put these practices into a real game situation Have a number of participants: * Understand some of the more complex rules of cricket * Gain some of the more complex skills involved in the game Week One Aim: * For all participants to gain an understanding of the basic rules of cricket * For the participants to gain the knowledge of the importance and how to conduct a successful warm up * To teach a specific cricketing technique - Fielding * For the participants to gain the knowledge of the importance and how to conduct a successful cool down 6:00 - 6:10 - ...read more.

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Other team members will receive the ball by catching it. 7:30 - 7:45 - Cool Down * The cool down will begin with a light jog around the hall twice * Then the muscles used in today's session will be stretched * This will then be followed up by another light job around the hall 7:45 - 8:00 - Feedback * A recap of the session will be given followed by possible improvements in certain areas * A reminder of the time and ate of the next training session Week Three Aim: * To teach a specific cricketing technique - Bowling 6:00 - 6:30 - Warm Up * The warm up will begin with a steady jog around the hall to increase the blood flow around the skeletal muscles * Stretches will then be carried out for the upper and lower parts of the legs and the arms * Followed up by short shuttle sprints 6:30 - 7:00 - Technique - Bowling For this exercise the participants will get into pairs and simply bowl the ball to each other across the width of the hall. The exercise can be repeated as many times as required until the participant feels confident that they have mastered the skill. The next exercise will require all participants to line up at one end of the hall whilst the person leading the session stands behind a set of stumps at the other end. ...read more.

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* For the participants to enjoy themselves 6:00 - 6:30 - Warm Up * The warm up will begin with a steady jog around the hall to increase the blood flow around the skeletal muscles * Stretches will then be carried out for the upper and lower parts of the legs and the arms 6:30 - 7:30 - Real Game This will be an hour long game where each team will get ten overs to bat. All normal cricketing rules will be applied such as stumpings, run outs and lbw decisions. To ensure that all participants have an involvement in the game players will retire at 25 but will be able to come back into play when other members of the team lose their wickets. When bowling all players must bowl one over to ensure that everyone has a turn to display their new skills and abilities. 7:30 - 7:45 - Cool Down * The cool down will begin with a light jog around the hall twice * Then the muscles used in today's session will be stretched * This will then be followed up by another light job around the hall 7:45 - 8:00 - Awards and Thanks The participants have been reviewed throughout the training sessions and have been allocated the appropriate award such as most improved player, best player and most dedicated player. All other participants will given a trophy and certificate for attending and taking part in the sessions. Thanks and congratulations will be given to each participant. ...read more.

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