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Sportplan is designed to give you more confidence when you arrive at training and caters for all levels of coaches, from beginners who want step-by-step sessions to those who plan trainings for their whole club.
All our small-sided games, drills and sessions have been tried and tested by experienced coaches. You can watch the videos before you coach to understand how to run the drill at training and then read our coaching points and progressions for your more able players.
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Cover drive / Extras
Catching Drill / Wicket keeping
Ball Retrieve F.. / Running between the wickets
Back foot defence / Conditioned games
Drop feed drive.. / Extras
Cut shot / Extras
Slog Sweep / Extras
On drive / Extras
Set up 1b / Extras
Under arm flick.. / Running between the wickets
Moving Out Comp.. / Running between the wickets
Working in Pair.. / Running between the wickets
Away Swing Bowl.. / Fast and spin bowling
Fast Bowlers Grip / Fast and spin bowling
Off Spin - Gene.. / Fast and spin bowling
Leg Spin - Grip / Fast and spin bowling
Hitting a Target / Fast and spin bowling
Off Spin - Grip / Fast and spin bowling
Inswing Bowling.. / Fast and spin bowling
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