Tag Archives: CoachEd

Rotating the Strike

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These three words are very easy for the coach to roll off the tongue but often very difficult for players to execute, especially in difficult batting conditions. The nuances of being able to perform this skill effectively needs to be understood for coaches of all levels. The ability to be able to keep the scoreboard […]

The Wagging Tail

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Ben Foakes, on debut, batting at number 7 for England against Sri Lanka raises his bat for his Maiden Test match century. What makes this even more remarkable is the fact he walked in at 103 for 5. 202 balls later he is dismissed as last man out for a “match winning” 107, the score, […]

The Coaching “How”

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GKC recently hosted another CoachEd Workshop in Cape Town in August 2018. In this productive workshop coaches got the opportunity to upskill themselves in theory and practical sessions which facilitated growth and learning for each coach. It was during a specialist session with performance psychologist Tom Dawson Squibb that coaches were exposed to the “how […]