Training & Resources

Welcome to Dymock Cricket Clubs dedicated page for club training information.  This page is dedicated to training news, training dates, training events, useful links and online guides for training and exercising.

 

 

With no cricket currently happening due to Covid-19 Pandemic, we know there will be many of you desperate to do some sort of cricket practice.  This page has been created as a useful tool for you to access material to allow you practice exercise and techniques at home.  We hope you find it useful.

 

The Dynamos Cricket App is here!

We are excited to announce that today the Dynamos Cricket app has been launched to the parents of our 2020 Dynamos Cricket participants. All parents have been given priority access to the app, which will officially launch next Wednesday 13th May and we will be sharing the download link with you next week!

The Dynamos Cricket app is the perfect cricket application for all children aged 8+, and it is designed for those who have never played cricket before, as well as those looking to build on what they already know.

The 18 different skills videos and interactive quizzes provide lots of ways for children to get active at home, even with minimal space and equipment.

The app features will enable children to:

• Create a personal profile
• Learn new batting, bowling and fielding skills through activities and videos, with three levels of difficulty per area
• Do fun quizzes to earn virtual runs
• Learn about the different teams from The Hundred and pick their favourite

 

 

All Stars have created this activity booklet which will help you learn all the skills you need to play cricket and will make sure you have loads of fun along the way! There will be lots of catching, bowling, running and throwing, and most importantly, loads of batting! All you need to take part is a bat and a ball, and if you don’t have one, don’t worry, you can make your own! Try rolling up a magazine or newspaper for a bat and using a rolled-up pair of socks for a ball. You’ll also find some quizzes and an introduction to some of the heroes currently playing in the England men’s and women’s teams. Keep practicing and you might be even better than them one day! Make sure you ask you grown-ups to go to the website allstarscricket.co.uk/parents to check out the details of your garden games challenges!

click on the below to download your Activity Booklet

All_Stars_Cricket_2020_Activity_Booklet

 

 

GCB Cricket (@GCBCricket) 20/04/2020, 15:22

The ⁦‪@LordsTaverners⁩ have launched an online hub to help all participants stay active at home hope you find these useful:

A new activity each week!👍

#Wicketzbit.ly/Wicketz_Hub
#Super1sbit.ly/S1s_Hub
#TableCricketbit.ly/TC_Hub

Send pics & vids using #CouchCricket pic.twitter.com/xFOF7jWDT0

 

Training through Twitter with Luke Sellers who is a Coach, coach developer & writer specialising in cricket & primary school PE. Passionate about helping people achieve their potential through sport.

(@Luke_Sellers) 23/04/2020, 10:49

 

 

Chance to Shine (@Chance2Shine) are a charity on a mission to spread the power of cricket throughout schools and communities in England & Wales

27/04/2020, 11:59

CRICKET AT HOME – WEEK 6 SKILFUL SCORER

This week we’re looking at ball-striking and developing hand-eye co-ordination.

Two great activities that can be done around the house with minimal equipment.

Find more like this FREE: bit.ly/CTSteachers

 

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