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CricketCoach.com
A comprehensive resource for tips about every area of cricket. Become a site member, for the added advantage of being able too consult expert cricket coaches for advice on improving your game.

Fielding
There are many thrilling aspects to fielding. In the pacy world of modern cricket, fielding has become one of the most exciting aspects to the game. Find out how the experts do it by visiting this site.

Fitness
To be a competitive cricketer requires good overall fitness. Join with me, as we visit Robin Singh for some great advice on keeping fit.

Ian Healy-Live
Former Australian champion, Ian Healy talks about wicketkeeping. To access this file you require a Media player with video capability, such as Windows Media Player or Real Player.

Keepers-Tips
Although it may look easy, wicketkeeping is one of the hardest parts of the game. Learn the art of keeping from the experts. You may require a media player to access some pages. Real Player is available from the site.

MCC Cricket School
The MCC Indoor School at Lord's has long been regarded as one of the finest cricket coaching establishments in the world. Producing  numerous champions of the game, the school has become an institution in the UK.

Spin Bowling-Terry Jenner
Watch Jenner demonstrate the variations in leg spin bowling. The leg break , top spinner, and the "wrong un". You will need to have a media player installed to watch this video. Real Player can be downloaded from the page. Terry is the EXPERT who taught Shane Warne a lot of what he now knows about spin bowling.

 

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Cricket Books for Learners

Cricket Videos and DVD for Learners and those looking to expand their skills

Cricket for Beginners - Novices
The Ashes Cricket Series. Australia v England - Bodyline and Sir Don Bradman

 

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