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Getting to Know… Noah Heath

In this weeks “Getting to know… we’ll be spending some time with Noah Heath (Rondebosch Boys Prep U13A) and his Dad, Warren. Noah enjoyed an incredibly successful 2018 scoring 3 Hundred’s for the U11A’s. Since starting Private Coaching in 2016/2017 he has also scored 11 half centuries and gained selection to the RBPS U13A Team as a Grade 6. Q&A with Noah Heath Your name?  Noah James Heath Nickname? “Heat” Your school? RBPS Your teams this season? RBPS U13A, RBPS […]

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Getting to Know… Oli Whitehead

Today we’ll be chatting to Oli and his Dad, Andrew. They’ll share their experience of the coaching so far and the impact it has had both on and off the cricket field so you can get an insiders look into what it’s like to attend coaching at The Cricket Academy! Oliver Whitehead enjoyed an incredibly […]

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Getting to Know… The Shorts

This is the second in a series of blogs called “Getting to Know…” in which we’ll interview some of the players we work with and their parents so you can get an insiders look into The Cricket Academy experience. Players and Parents will share their experiences, the benefits of the training, our approach and the […]

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Getting to Know… Ethan MacGregor

This is the first in a series of blogs called “Getting to Know…” in which we will interview some of the players we work with and their parents so you can get an insiders look into The Cricket Academy experience. Players and Parents will share their experiences, the benefits of the training, our approach and […]

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HOW DO OUR PLAYERS PERFORM SO CONSISTENTLY?

To say the performances achieved by the player’s this summer have been incredible would be an understatement. The performances have resulted in a flood of coaching inquiries from parents wanting the same for their children so we thought we’d share some info about our coaching techniques, something we’ve never done before, in an effort to […]

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BOWLING MACHINE OR NO BOWLING MACHINE?

ARE BOWLING MACHINES GOOD FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF YOUNG CRICKETERS? We’ve recently had two clients, one local and one travelling from the UK to join us for Elite Training in February, inquire about having their training on a bowling machine. So we thought it would be best to do a post and explain our position […]

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Keys to Success in the Modern-Era with Paddy Upton

There are only a few days left to secure your seat at our second event with Paddy Upton. The first event was incredibly well received by all who attended. Here is some of the feedback received from teachers, coaches and parents who attended: “Thank you very much for organising such a wonderful initiative. Paddy was […]

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Keys to Success in the Modern Era – St Xavier’s Tour

Over the past few years we’ve experienced an increase in cricket tours from India and enquiries from groups originating from the subcontinent wanting to come and train in South Africa. We’d attribute this increased interest to two things. The raised profile of South African coaches as a result of India’s World Cup success under Gary […]

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We’re now #ForeverFaster

We are incredibly excited to announce we have joined the company of AB de Villiers, Virat Kohli and Faf Du Plessis in becoming #ForeverFaster. Puma are the new technical partner of The Cricket Academy. Besides Academy staff being kitted out in the coolest product from Puma, this new partnership will hold incredible benefits for our […]

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The Benefits of Winter Training

With the end of yet another successful season for players at The Cricket Academy now is the time to reflect and plan for the next season, identifying areas that need improvement and putting a training plan in place to facilitate this. The winter months present a unique opportunity to make huge gains in technique, skill […]

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