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Following some unacceptable behaviour at some junior matches this year, Head of Non-First Class Cricket Paul Bedford has the following message.
Even the most ardent cricket fan will not have been able to avoid watching some of the football World Cup. Clearly there are transferable skills, particularly between goalkeepers and fielders and wicketkeepers.
For a man who enjoyed many high times as a player, Ashley Giles is just as hungry for success in his role as a director of cricket at Warwickshire. He tells ecb.co.uk about his strategy for 2010.
Traditionalists may question Twenty20 as a game, but what they will not be able to doubt is the manner in which the international stars played the game during the recent World Cup in the West Indies.
It is often said that a large percentage of success in sport is down to the mental approach rather than the physical. Olympic gold medalist Adrian Moorhouse certainly agrees.
A coach full of excited cricketers travelled over 18 hours to spend the morning being coached by England Team Director Andy Flower at the National Cricket Performance Centre at Loughborough.
Hampshire Disability player Leon Badger has become the first powered wheelchair user to gain a Level One coaching qualification. "As a coach, enjoyment is the most important thing," he said.
Alexia Walker has become the youngest ever candidate to gain the ECB Level Four Coaching Certificate - the highest qualification in this country.
For the third year in a row the England and Wales Cricket Board has reported a double-digit increase in the numbers of people who are playing cricket.
James Carr was given a few tips from Peter Moores after being presented with the Sky Sports Young Coach of the Year Award for the South West.