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Coaching

Hamilton Cricket Association can provide coaching for all ages and abilities.

For younger players (ages 5-10) that are just getting into cricket, we run the Superstar Cricket.  This program is run during school terms 1 and 4 at different locations around Hamilton.  Click on the "Superstar Cricket" on the left for further details and dates of the program.

Coaching within primary, intermediate or secondary school settings can be organised by contacting Lachie Holt at lachie@ndca.co.nz

Superstar Cricket
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2019 Term 4 Superstar Cricket 

Superstar Cricket Hubs are back!

Superstar Cricket is an entry level game, best suited to boys and girls from 5-10 years old, and designed to help participants learn the basics of cricket in an enjoyable and exciting environment.

It’s an inclusive, made-for-age game and its benefits extend far beyond the game of cricket. At its core Superstar Cricket provides children with opportunities to experience the value of team-work and active cooperation in a supportive and non-competitive framework. It creates an action-packed, fun atmosphere in which each participant feels fully involved.

All hubs run from 6:00-7:00pm

Click on your hub below to register.

  • North Hub: held at Discovery Park
    Mondays, 17th February  to 16th March
  • East Hub: held at Waikato University
    Tuesdays, 18th February to 24th of March
  • West Hub: held at Swarbrick Park
    Wednesdays, 19th February to 18th March

Cost: The cost of the programme is $30 for 6 weeks or $75 for 6 weeks if you wish for your child to receive a cricket pack. Packs may include a plastic cricket bat, ball, backpack, hat and a drink bottle [this is subject to change and availability].

For more details, contact Lachie,

lachie@ndca.co.nz or 027 306 2382

Age Range:

  • 5-10 years

Skill Descriptors:

  • Basic skill development – batting, bowling, stopping, throwing, catching
  • Play activities and games
  • Encourage Fair Play
  • Play with modified, safe, plastic equipment

Objectives:

  • To provide a stimulating environment that allows basic cricket skills to be taught
  • To emphasise fun & participation
  • To create an awareness & interest in the game of cricket
  • To get parents & teachers actively involved in the game of cricket
  • To provide the positive first step in a child’s long term participation and involvement in cricket

Outcomes:

      • To provide participants with opportunities:
      • To have fun and enjoyment
      • To participate in a variety of play activities and minor games
      • To have a ‘fair go’
      • To learn some new basic cricket skills
      • To make friends

    To join click on this link https://play.ndcricket.co.nz/hamilton scroll to the bottom and click on the 'give it a go' section to register.

2020 Winter Coaching

Winter Coaching 2020

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