1:1 Player Coaching
technical, tactical, physical, psychological
1:1 Player Mentoring
technical, tactical, physical, psychological
batting, bowling, fielding, keeping, captaincy/leadership, developing resilience.
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Club coaching support
coach development and mentoring, coach ambassador,
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indoor and outdoor
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work experience opportunities
Are you a cricket coach? Do you want to ask better coaching questions of your players to help them build self awareness around their game? If so, these coaching cards will help you by offering a range of open questions to address batting, bowling, fielding, keeping and also your players’ mindset.
Are you a cricket coach? How would you like to develop your range of coaching questions to help build levels of engagement with your players? If the answer is yes, look no further than our coaching cards which provide you with a selection of open coaching questions on the Technical, Tactical, Psychological and Personal aspects of a player’s game.
2020 will always be remembered as the year we nearly had no cricket at all due to Covid-19. Why not invest in a pack of our very own Stay at Home Cricket cards and in doing so enjoy the chance to attempt 28 cricket activities in your back garden, front yard or even in your home itself? You don’t need every piece of cricket gear to have lots of fun with these cards either by yourself or with family members. Stay connected to cricket. Stay safe. Stay at Home Cricket
Cricket Coach 365 are delighted to offer you a range of coaching cards suitable for all standards of junior players to be used by coaches, teachers, parents and most importantly the players themselves.
Our first edition and original pack encompass 52 cards with a coaching question on each split evenly across four suits: Technical, Tactical, Personal and Psychological. These cards are designed to help in 1:2:1 as well as group coaching/practice sessions indoors or out.
Our second edition follows the same principle as the first only this time the questions relate to the following suits: Batting, Bowling, Fielding, Keeping and Mindset. This edition also contains a set of suggested instructions as to how to get the best use from the cards.
Our special edition pack have been specifically designed for those cricket-loving families who are currently in lockdown and unable to go out and play cricket for their teams or practise with their team mates or just go out and have a knock about in the park. There are 28 activity cards in this pack (and suggested instructions too) which all relate directly to videos of the activities being played and are available online for free. The cards bring the whole experience together and provide clear guidance on how to play the games.
Overall, these cards are there to help encourage youngsters to really enjoy the game of cricket to the maximum and in doing so to stay in the game longer.
Junior cricket coaching, all year round
CC365 has been established/created in 2019 to offer junior cricket coaching and development all year round to young players to enable them to continue to play cricket 365 days of the year.
Our values are about helping young cricketers of all abilities feel more confident, develop their personal resilience and ultimately enjoy the game of cricket to the full.
We aspire to bring together a global community of
Who do we work with?
- Juniors Just Starting Cricket
- Junior Club Cricketers
- Destrict & County Juniors
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helping young cricketers of all abilities feel more confident
develop the right mindset and tactical awareness for the game and create a culture of being brave with decision making