A tool to improve all junior bowlers at your club/school

We have spent the past 12 months developing our own in-house tool to record where young bowlers are bowling in order to help them visualise weaknesses and to be able to see clear improvement. This summer we have been testing it with young players and have found that (a) they generally have no idea where each of their balls land (b) they often have no idea where they should be landing the ball. With our Pitch Map tool, these challenges have been removed. Young players more aware visually of what they are doing and what they should be doing. It also has the added bonus of being able to prove to players and their parents that improvement is being made through the numbers above. This approach wi

Twenty20 Cricket Academy start their season with a win

The Twenty20 Cricket Academy "A" team kicked off their season with a win against a strong Purley under 15s team in a close game coming down to the last 7 balls. Purley won the toss and decided to bat, losing opener Bevan West early on pulling a ball that was too close to him and sending up a high catch. This brought in captain Sam Gower-Smith who anchored the innings superbly with 41 off 67 balls falling in the last over of the innings going for quick runs. His innings allowed others around him to bat their natural game. Ted Cordery hit a quickfire 33 with a number of lusty blows through mi d-wicket but that was his downfall as the Academy team finally worked out his natural game and he was

A great new board game for young cricket fans & all the family

We love new and inventive ideas at Twenty20 Community Cricket, especially ones which inspire young cricketers to learn more about the game and absorb themselves in all the intricacies which make cricket on of the most fascinating sports. So we were delighted to hear about Flickit Cricket which was invented during lockdown by local spin bowling coach, Scott Moody. It is an exciting, action packed board game which simulates a Twenty20 cricket match. The game is the perfect mixture of luck, strategy and skill and it is fun for all the family. You can read more about how he created the game here. Cricket fans of all ages will love this game, but it is also the perfect introduction to cricket

Twenty20 Cricket Academy 5 a side net league final round update

The Gekos won the final 5 v 5 net league group beating both the Hyenas and Ibis by a convincing margin. The final group match proved very exciting, coming down to the very last ball. Hyenas were the eventual winners by just 3 runs, bringing an end to the series which was introduced to provide some competitive cricket until matches re-start. We now move on to the real thing with the first Academy game v Purley on 22nd July. Group 3 Table 1. Gekos 19.5 points 2. Hyenas 10 points 3. Ibis 3.5 points Match Scores Gekos (10 pts) 92-0 beat Hyenas (1 pts) 64-2 by 28 runs Rafe Worsfold (1 pt) 28-0 beat Nathan Jones 17-0 Harris Cathcart (1 pt) 14-0 beat Joe Barker 8-1 Ethan Austin (1 pt) 18-0 beat Dan

Twenty20 Community Cricket Partner with B3 Cricket

Twenty20 Community Cricket are delighted to announce a new partnership with B3 Cricket who are a cricket bat maker and brand based in Nottingham. B3 are unique in that they manufacture their bats to order using advanced technology. They also have their own indoor academy and share our passion for coaching and developing young players. B3’s owners and employees are all experienced cricketers and understand that it is vital for a young player to get the right bat for their size, strength and stage of development. “We have admired the work Twenty2O Community Cricket does for a while and we are also keen to support proper grass roots development”, explained B3’s Managing Director, Michael Blathe

Twenty20 Cricket Academy 5 a side net league 2nd round update

Controversy in the second round of 5 a side net league matches as a count back showed that the Dingoes had WON their second game of the day against the Foxes, not lost. A handwriting error showed that they had actually scored 8 more runs than previously thought leaving them winners of the match and their group, having been the Eagles in their first match. The Dingoes go through to the finals day to join the Bulldogs. If there is no rain next Sunday, the Eagles will join the Alligators in the 4th place finals day. The Foxes series is unfortunately over. Group 2 Table 1. Dingoes 19 points 2. Eagles 11 points 3. Foxes 3 points Match Scores Dingoes (10 pts) 71-1 beat Eagles (1 pts) 43-3 by 28 ru

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