Coaching course plays it with a straight bat



CRICKET NSW is providing an opportunity for all non-accredited coaches and parents to skill themselves by conducting an Orientation to Coaching Course in the Coffs Coast and Bellingen Valley regions this week.

The three-hour course is free of charge and all participants receive a professional resource that outlines the program content. The program will be conducted by Chris Moran who is a Cricket Australia Level II Coach and will be conducted from 5.15pm to 8.30pm at the following venues:

Orara High School (Multi Purpose Centre) ? Wednesday, February 22;

Connell Park Bellingen (Meet at Canteen) ? Wednesday, March 1.

The aim of the program is to equip adults (particularly parents) with the skills and information to become actively involved with their children when they join an under-age cricket program.

This coaching program also serves as the ideal preparation and insight to future Level 1 Coaching Accreditation courses that are conducted in the region.

There is also a course about to commence concentrating on cricket's third team, the umpires.

Held over five Tuesday evenings at Woolgoolga High School for only $10 per person, this course is aimed at anyone who'd like a better understanding of the laws of the game not just those who'd like to wear the black slacks.

For more information on the coaching course interested parties can contact Chris Moran on 0421 072 037 or Brett Rankin, the North Coast Regional Cricket Officer on 0425 297 716.

The contacts for the umpiring course are Col Laden (6656 2860) or Ken Robinson (6651 1786).



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