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GKC mentor Curro Coaches in Johannesburg

Gary Kirsten Cricket is swiftly extending its reach to all parts of the country. In January, Kirsten, Ryan Cook and Ryan van Niekerk ran a coaching workshop with 20 coaches from four Curro’s school’s at the Waterstone College. This engagement was part of the ongoing relationship between the GKC and the Curro School group. The […]

Exciting School Holiday Clinics

The GKC continued its rich tradition of hosting camps during the school holidays to aspirant cricketers in the Western Cape. “We had a great turnout during December and January especially with our Curro Hermanus clinic,” GKC Coach, Garreth von Hoesslin said. “The coaches delivered quality programs for the cricketers. The feedback from the parents, boys […]

High Performance Academy Enters Exciting Second Phase

Phase two of the GKC High Performance Academy got underway on 9 January with after a two-week break during the festive season. Six more players have joined the Ryan Cook led programme which offers exclusive interactions with Kirsten and other top coaches as well as one-on-ones with world renowned professionals from a variety of different […]

GKC and Curro Hermanus Strike Winning Partnership

Gary Kirsten Cricket has teamed up with the Curro Hermanus Private School. With a number of promising young players in the region, GKC ran two high intensity holiday clinics during December and January. Under the guidance of GKC Coach, Bradley Moses, 30 players between the ages of 8-13 got their first taste of private cricket […]

GKC Ready for Fresh Challenges in 2017

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This year promises to be a thrilling one at Gary Kirsten Cricket. GKC has some major plans both locally and internationally in 2017. Most of all we are looking forward to once again mentoring and improving the skills of some of the most promising young cricketers. “Welcome to 2017. I wish everyone a prosperous and […]

Getting ready for Sri Lanka

GKCA High performance sessions with the SA u/19 players (William Sendin, Ricardo Vasconcelis, Daniel Moriarty, Jesse Christiannsen and Vezi Mtungwa) from the Western Cape that are going to Sri Lanka in a few days. Gary and our team are working with them to prepare them properly before the tour