Max Power Posted June 13, 2019 Share Posted June 13, 2019 Great thread. I do something very similar, but with cricket - and Under 11s. So you lot probably don't really give a fuck. The principles are the same though, try to focus on basics and technique, rather than playing to win at all costs. The hope being that the winning follows on from mastering the basics. It's frustrating though when some big lad on the other side rocks up and smashes it to all parts. Make sure you get everything on paper. Do your Level One as an absolute minimum. Get on a First Aid Course and make sure you pass the Safeguarding Assessment. It's brilliant though really. Most parents are really understanding and are really pleased when something goes right for their kids especially, but also others. It's also nice to see kids you've coached progress and play in men's cricket on a Saturday. Good stuff. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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