Whether it is about putting something back into the game you love, continuing your career in a natural progression, helping out at your local club, or simply providing more support to your child, there is a reason for everyone to get involved in coaching.
Watch the above videos for inspiration.
And read the case studies too illustrating the many ways to move forward in cricket coaching:
Mohammed Razaq has helped establish a pathway for Bristol’s inner-city kids
University student Adam Nichol helping the next generation of cricketers come through at his club
How Priya Randhawa was bitten by the cricketing bug so much she now helps coach at Wolverhampton Girls School and Cricket Club
Lifelong rugby man Simon Bottomley is so glad he got into coaching through his son taking up cricket
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icoachcricket is ECB Community Coach Education’s online resource for anyone involved in the delivery of cricket coaching or just interested in having fun games to play at school, in the park or on the beach.
Available through the browser on your mobile, tablet or desktop, icoachcricket helps you to support players’ needs, inspire participation and enhance performance. Click here for more information and to start using icoachcricket today.