During yesterday’s WC game between New Zealand and Bangladesh, commentator Simon Doull made a salient point regarding the selection of Jimmy Neeshan vs the non-selection of Ish Sodhi. He suggested that NZ were playing it safe by not picking Sodhi, a leg-break bowler that can be expensive, but who has a habit of picking up … More The Allrounder Quandry
Become an early adopter on what is sure to become one of USAs favorite sports! … More Hey Sports Fans – World Cup TIME!!!
Just over 20 days until the big event kicks off in England and Wales. I for one can’t wait!Despite England and India going in as roaring favorites, I think the odds have narrowed in recent times. South Africa, New Zealand and a dangerous looking Australia also have to fancy their chances. The West Indies also … More World Cup Fever
There is a feeling that most if not all young cricket kids are fans of T20 cricket first and foremost, and that therefore we should focus all of our development efforts on the shortest format only. Although there is some merit to the idea from a commercial and logistics perspective, I personally think we’d be … More The Michelan Star of Cricket
They are the words of House Stark, but they also hold meaning for all cricketers around the globe. Unfortunately for us in the Northern Hemisphere the days are getting shorter, and the air getting cooler. This signifies that the end of the cricket season is nigh, and that indeed… Winter is coming.
Note: the vast majority of the material below was taken from Wayne Goldsmith and his excellent web site… http://www.sportscoachingbrain.com The fundamental element of cricket is skill. Bowling, batting, throwing and catching. Learning, practicing and mastering these basic skills is the foundation of coaching, performance, and training whether you’re a 5 year old just learning the … More The 7 steps of Performance Practice