“Why can’t I play the way I practice?”
“Why can’t hit my best shots when I need them most?”
“I don’t understand what happened, I was playing so well all week. Then when I played the tournament I played so much worse.”
Is there a player who hasn’t asked these questions?
Is there a coach who hasn’t heard them from his players?
Is there any way to bridge this gap between practice and games?
The answer is yes, absolutely. Weekend gameshave helped our players make this leap many times.
The performance gap between the ability to bowle and bat well in practice versus matches is a fundamental barrier every competitive player must overcome to realize his or her potential. Unfortunately many players never do.
Our preparations for weekend games look at the barriers that keep players from playing the way that you are really capable. We have step by step solutions to help our players overcome them and unlock their ability to perform to their best when it counts most.
Cricket has always been seen as the gentleman's game - and that means there are certain traditions which must be respected.
Footballers may be allowed to argue with the ref, but in cricket respect for the officials - and your opponents - is considered hugely important.
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