Pre-season cricket trainings
Here’s an opportunity to kick start your cricket season!
Smash Cricket is here to help you build up confidence and skills. The Cricket Season may be a while away but the winter is the best time to train for your game and help you lay a foundation for a big season.
MIDWEEK SESSIONS AVAILABLE FOR AUGUST!
Skills ( batting and bowling) and fitness. (Core strength, speed, and coordination)
These will run each Monday and Wednesday for 4 weeks at Action Indoor Centre Redwood
From Monday August 3rd, 10th, 17thand 24th
And Wednesday 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th
Group 1: Monday 3.30pm -4.30pm (year 9s)
Group 2: Wednesday 3.30pm – 4.30pm (Year 10/11. (Y10/colts)
Group 3: Wednesday 4.30pm-5.30pm (Year 12/13 (1st/2nds/3rds)
Groups here are a guide
The sessions will complement any winter training program with a focus on base skills and fitness and have loads of fun doing it! This coaching is for every one of every skill level.
*PRICING AND BOOKINGS*
$80.00 for 4 sessions 4-1 player/coach ratio plus special guest coach taking a session!
Please get in touch with any questions about these sessions. Bookings are essential and to be made no later than Tuesday 28th July 2015. Payment will be arranged after groups confirm.
Ben McCord 0212288799
*Note: With the cost of indoor facilities there will be minimum number of 6 for a group to go ahead.
Come along for a fun filled night of entertainment while fundraising for the St Bedes Cricket Club. Auction and cas bar operating
MC - Ben Harris
Because of the rain earlier in the week, only the 1st XI and Year 9A grades will be played
11am Start -
1st XI vs Invitational Old Boys
T 20 for Year 9 cricket players
Senior T 20
Sausage Sizzle and trophies presented at end of day.
Students are asked to email firstname.lastname@example.org and explain in up to 50 words why our school deserves a personal visit from Daniel Vettori. Entries close on 30 September 2011.
Six regional finalists will then be asked to submit a short video clip demonstrating their most eye catching cricket moves. The winning school will be announced on October 24 and Vettori will be on his way for a half day coaching session just in time for the cricket season.
For those interested in nominating yourself for the Canterbury Year 9, Under 16 and Under 18 side, please fill in the form at http://www.canterburycricket.org.nz/net/player-nomination. A flyer detailing the representative pathway is attached.
Pre season cricket sessions start this coming week according to the following timetable. This may be subject to change, so please continue to check your emails and the website.
All sessions will be from 2:00-3:30pm. Please meet at the hockey turf prior to 2:00pm for a prompt start at 2:00pm!
(Article reporduced from The Press article at http://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/cricket/5239014/Lance-Cairns-takes-coaching-role-in-Christchurch)
Former New Zealand cricketer Lance Cairns, unwanted as a national selector after just a few months in the role, is coming to Christchurch to take a new coaching position with the Marist-Harewood club and St Bede's College.
Cairns, 61, who played 43 tests and 78 one-day internationals, will be director of coaching at the club and school in a joint initiative. The position was originally filled by Garry MacDonald. However, McDonald resigned to take a coaching role in Nelson.
Cairns, who was based in Gisborne, has no qualms about coming to earthquake-stricken Christchurch. He lived in the city for about five years a decade ago, when working with a fudge-making business run by son Chris. "I love Christchurch and I'm very keen on the role," Cairns said.
Cairns, a New Zealand under-19 selector, believed one of his strengths was identifying teenage talent and helping develop that talent to a bigger stage. "I'd like to think I can watch a guy bat or bowl for a while and have a fair idea about his ability and where he is heading," he said. Cairns said too many players burst onto the scene at youth level but were pushed too quickly and had a setback to either be lost to the sport or resurface a few years later. "I like working with them and getting bowlers working on line and length and batsmen working on building an innings," he said. "Sometimes we tend to interfere with techniques when this is what has been working for the youngster."
Cairns was reluctant to comment on the reasons for his dismissal as a New Zealand selector, having only been appointed in December. New cricket director John Buchanan is using a national selection manager to work alongside coach John Wright in picking the Black Caps. "They have gone down a new path, but I would still like to be involved with New Zealand Cricket and believe I have something to offer," Cairns said. In the meantime, Cairns will take up his new position in mid-August, about six weeks before the start of the Christchurch cricket season.
Marist-Harewood director of cricket Peter Boock said Cairns' publicised hearing loss was not an issue. "Previously, his hearing was only 7 per cent, but after surgery it is 75 per cent," Boock said. "We had Lance in Christchurch to interview him and were very impressed how the surgery had repaired his problems," he said. Boock said he used to play with Cairns in Dunedin. He said, at that time, Cairns could often not tell when a batsman had been caught behind from an edge.