UNDER 9 FIXTURES 2013

By web - January 29 2013
UNDER 9 FIXTURES 2013 Hythe & Dibden Under 9's playing Friday Evenings in the New Forest League South Division

 HYTHE & DIBDEN ACADEMY CRICKET

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HYTHE & DIBDEN CRICKET CLUB

UNDER 9 FIXTURES 2013

NEW FOREST 'SOUTH' DIVISION

 

Manager : Pauline GILBERT
Coach : Zac MILLAR

 

Match Days : FridaysStarting Times : 6.30pm

 

DateOpponentsVenueResult
MAY   
Fri 3rd MayBASHLEY RYDALAway 
 Thu 9th MayCUP - BASHLEY RYDAL Home  
Fri 10th MayTOTTON & ELINGHome 
Fri 17th MayPYLEWELL PARKHome 
Fri 24th MaySWAYAway 
Fri 31st MayFAWLEYHome 
JUNE   
Fri 7th JuneCup First RoundHome 
Fri 14th JuneNEW MILTONAway 
Fri 21st JuneLYMINGTONHome 
Fri 28th JuneLYMINGTON Away 
JULY   
Fri 5th JulyBASHLEY RYDALHome 
Fri 12th JulyTOTTON & ELINGAway 
Fri 19th JulyPYLEWELL PARKAway 

 

NEW FOREST UNDER 9 CUP COMPETITION

 

PRELIMINARY ROUND
- To Be Played by 24th May
 Hythe & Dibden vs Bashley Rydal

 

FIRST ROUND
- To Be Played On : 7th June
 Hythe & Dibden / Bashley Rydal
vs
 Lymington

 

 

Advise for the Juniors

Ready for Your Big Game

Here's Wrighty's Pre Match Tips

Don't Forget To Watch The Videos On The Coaching Page.

Attitude

  • Play cricket for the enjoyment
  • Exhibit the highest possible standards of conduct on
  • Players make a full commitment to the activities of the team
  • Develop a strong desire to do their best
  • Visualise goals, tactics and future performances
  • Develop a pre-match and match routines
  • Be responsible for your own fitness and skill rehearsal
  • Develop a self belief to overcome the rough patches.

Batting

  • Look for a run every ball.
  • Emphasize strike rotation
  • Call for every ball - yes, no, wait. Do not call “Go” as this can sometimes be interpreted as “No”.
  • Back up 2 to 3 metres every ball , when at non strikers end.
  • Form Partnerships to score at a steady rate.
  • Become aware of the run rate
  • Become aware of careless fielding ie Overthrows.
  • Become aware of fielders weaknesses and strengths.

Bowling

  • Bowl an appropriate line and length
  • Bowl to your field
  • Bowl over the wicket unless instructed by the coach or captain
  • Perform the required stretches before bowling
  • Identify and bowl to the batsmen’s weaknesses

Fielding

  • Anticipate the ball at all times
  • Return the ball over the stumps
  • Retain balance before throwing the ball.
  • Back up all returns to the wicket
  • Anticipate the bounce of the ball ie wet/quick
  • Provide verbal and non verbal assistance to your team mates.
  • Walk in with the bowler when fielding in the out field.
  • Mark your spot in the field and walk in, unless in close.

Teams

  • Play positive and attacking cricket
  • Build and maintain pressure upon the opposition
  • Actively support your coach , captain and team mates
  • Ensure that the team bowls the required overs in the allocated time
  • Stay until the end of the game
  • Clap the opposition captain when he comes out to bat
  • Shake hands with the opposition after the match .

Get Nervous Before You Bat

Most players experience nerves before they go out to bat - they just need to be controlled. The following steps will help you keep your nerves in check and use them positively when you play.

First things first - go for a jog or have a practice hit before the game starts, either will make you feel more ready to perform. If you know you’re going to be batting, have a gameplan - an idea of how you’re going to play but don’t play your innings before you go out to bat.

If you’re next in, watch the game but not TOO closely - just because the batter in is playing and missing it doesn’t mean that you will. If there’s a fast bowler on, see if you can sit behind him, the ball always seems much quicker sideways on.

Nerves are greatest at the start of your innings so keep things nice and simple. Be prepared to play yourself in and get used to the conditions and remember that you’ll feel a lot better having got off the mark, so look for a single as your first objective.

Finally, always visualise succeeding. Remember past performances when you have played well - you’ve done it before so you can do it again. Good luck!