Firstly, THANK YOU!
In so many ways our coaches are the cornerstone of our club. Without you our girls and boys don’t get the guidance and support they need and deserve to train, play, and become better cricketers.
Your time and efforts are truly invaluable and much appreciated…
Becoming a Better Cricket Coach
Better coaching is fundamental in developing better cricketers.
The BJCC Coaches Coordinator, Mike McGrath, is committed to the development of our coaching volunteers. If you need any advice on coaching drills, training coordination, best practices on game-day etc. he is your man.
Coaching Best Practice and Development Videos
Cricket Australia has provided a number of outstanding videos and other resources for grassroots coaching and development pathways toward the various coaching accreditations.
The following links will take you directly to those resources:
- Training Sessions: your role, pace bowling, planning, scoring runs, taking wickets, throwing, wicket keeping, spin bowling.
- Game Formats: An overview of the various junior cricket game formats.
- Accreditation: Community Coach, Representative Coach, High Performance Coach.
- Game Day Planning: Pre-match warms ups.
General Business and Processes
If Coaches have any maintenance requests, these are best lodged with the City of Melville website https://www.melvillecity.com.au/onlineservices to “Request Council Building Maintenance.
Download the online Match Day Grounds Inspection Application and complete (download here), OR use App from: https://cricket.jltsport.com.au/club. Must be completed before every home game to ensure safety of players.