Lachlan cricket council executive committee are looking for a big season of success and have been planning in the off season to run a series of coaching clinics.
The clinics are for players aged 11 through to open ages, both men and women.
They will be an excellent pre-season warm up but will also double as part of the selection process for the Lachlan Council Under 12, Under 14 and Under 16 representative teams.
These clinics are being organised by Regional Director of Coaching, Rod Kershaw, who has organised for level one and two coaches to attend for two days in Cowra on September 9 and September 23, at River Park nets and Twigg Synthetic.
The next clincis will be in Forbes on September 16 and October 7, Botanical Gardens nets and Synthetic pitch.
Clinics start at 9.30am and finish at 3pm.
Please provide your own lunch, drink bottle and hat.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or ph 0429455409 as soon as possible, providing your name and age group you are in this year, and what clinics you want to attend.
More information can be found on the Lachlan Junior Cricket council website at lachlanjcc.nsw.cricket.com.au.
It is important that any interested participants are in contact with Rod as soon as possible.
The clinics will concentrate on improving players’ skills where each day will cover batting and bowling, as well as having a strong emphasis on fitness and fielding.
Four level two coaches will be present and will be assisted by at least four level one coaches.
The clinics aim to improve players’ abilities by raising skill levels in cricket.
As the clinics will replace the Lachlan selection trials, teams will be selected to represent northern and southern Lachlan in Under 12, Under 14 and Under 16s to play a trial against each other on October 21 in Forbes.
From this, the council will select the Lachlan Council U12, 14 and 16s sides.
If you are intending on playing this year, don’t miss this opportunity to start the season ahead of the pack.
Also, if you have a mate that is thinking about cricket bring them along, they may be the champion the council is looking for.