Training and Development

 Alex Blackwell - Come ;n; Try DayA critical part of running a successful cricket club is the professionalism of and commitment to training.

Reflecting the importance of this, the club employs a highly experienced and qualified club coach, whose role it is to coordinate Training Sessions, provide specialist coaching advice, as well as providing input and organisational support at matches.

In addition to the coach, the club is also able to call upon a number of its past players for specialist coaching input.

Each season, interested players and associates have the opportunity to attend coaching and umpiring skills courses provided by Cricket NSW. Combined with the skills our representative players bring back, the Club continues to build it€s coaching credentials.

The Club is committed to our young players and has formal programs in place to foster Junior Development as a vital part of our future.

Please contact us at email: cricket@gordonwomen.com.au if you would like more information.

Coaching Program

Coaching Program

COACHING PROGRAM

A critical part of running a successful cricket club is the professionalism of and commitment to practices.

Reflecting the importance of this, the club employs a highly experienced and qualified club coach, whose role it is to coordinate practice sessions, provide specialist coaching advice, as well as providing input and organisational support at matches.

In addition to the coach, the club is also able to call upon a number of its past players for specialist coaching input.

Each season, interested players and associates have the opportunity to attend coaching and umpiring skills courses provided by Cricket NSW. Combined with the skills our representative players bring back, the Club continues to build it's coaching credentials.

Junior Development

Junior Development

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Programs

Programs

PROGRAMS

Come'n'Try Day

In August several of our current first grade, and former representative players run a skills day where women and girls who are interested in playing the game of cricket, can come and try in a friendly atmosphere. The emphasis is on enjoying and opening the game to players/non-players of all ages, fitness, and skill levels.

Session

When

Venue

Come'n'Try Day

Sunday August 21st 2016 10am-1pm

Artarmon Reserve

 

No registration is required, however please contact us via email: cricket@gordonwomen.com.au  if you would like further information.

 

For more information contact Claire Jones (0414 318 587)

Training Sessions

Training Sessions

 Come n Try Day

 

 

 

 






Midweek Training for season 2016/17 commences Wednesday 5th October (11th October for Juniors)


1st, 2nd & 3rd grades, Brewer Shield & Juniors

 

Date & Time Location
1sts/2nds/3rds/Brewers: Wednesdays, from 5:30pm
Juniors: Tuesdays from 5:30-7pm
Venue to be confirmed 
Chatswood Oval 

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