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Face to Face Training

Moving on to Hard Ball Girls' Cricket

With Charlotte Edwards CBE

Moving on to Hard Ball Girls' Cricket with Charlotte Edwards CBE
Dates & Venues
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    Charlotte Edwards Girls Cricket In association with Southern Vipers

    This course is suitable for teachers and coaches who have basic experience of coaching Cricket, and wish to introduce the hard ball game to some of their players. It is particularly aimed at schools seeking to run a hard ball girls team with games against other schools, or in national competitions.  It will provide a thorough introduction to all necessary considerations of equipment, facilities, techniques and tactics.

    • Transitioning from soft to hard ball: when and how
    • The technical foundations
    • Batting shot development and selection
    • Developing bowlers/understanding the hard ball
    • The role of the wicketkeeper
    • Running between the wickets
    • Fielding techniques and placement for hard ball games
    • Understanding and managing equipment
    • Safety considerations
    • Using specialist facilities: nets and grass squares
    • Small sided games for hard ball cricket
    • Tactics for girls’ cricket
    • Playing the T20 game

    1 place £189
    2 places £319
    4 places £499

    Course runs 10am – 3.30pm. Prices include refreshments, lunch and resources. Excludes VAT.


    Charlotte Edwards CBE

    Charlotte is the leading women’s cricketer of the modern era, and current Head Coach of Southern Brave in The Hundred competition.  She played for England over 300 times, 220 as captain, establishing a number of international run scoring records.  She led the team to victory in two World Cups and an Ashes series, scoring over 10,000 international runs. Her unique achievements have been widely recognised, including ‘Cricketer of the Year’ awards from ICC, ECB and Wisden.  She was appointed MBE and CBE for her services to the game. English cricket’s women’s T20 competition has been named The Charlotte Edwards Cup in her honour

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