How I Taught Michael Slater to Play CricketBook - 2006
'I am delighted this remarkable man has chosen to share his unique coaching secrets' - Michael Slater How I Taught Michael Slater to Play Cricketis far more than an ordinary coaching manual; it is a book as innovative, passionate and opinionated as the man himself. Full of tips and tactics, this comprehensive and detailed handbook covers everything from batting basics to building an inning, from game strategies on and off the field to those one per cent factors which can mean the difference between a good player and a great one. Features include: Illustrated drills for right and left-handers: those batting, bowling and fielding drills that Wazza uses in his own clinics working with everyone from elite players to kids from the bush Advice on warm-ups and practice, equipment and fitness Coaching girls and women Answers to the curliest questions: Should a coach be a selector? Should a batsman walk? Is there room in the game for verbals and sledging? Why are most cricket teams captained by batsmen? What is the ideal batting order? And why does Warren have a bicycle in the dressing room? Learning from the stars: Warren analyses the games of the world s greatest players old and new.
Publisher: Sydney : 2006
Branch Call Number: ANF 796.358 SMIT
Characteristics: 166 p. : ill. ; 23 cm