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Inner-city cricket: is ethnic minority talent being missed?

Inner-city cricket: is ethnic minority talent being missed?

Players of south Asian heritage make up about 30% of recreational cricketers in the UK. however only four percent make up the pool of professional players When you play at a certain level, at school level, especially in Birmingham, an element of prejudice. You obviously moved from Derbyshire to Leicestershire, presumably to get more game […]

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Cricket crisis – The Feed

Cricket crisis – The Feed

Good evening, Australian cricket is deeper in crisis tonight The deepening crisis in Australian cricket has claimed its first high-profile victim. Breaking news in the crisis in Australian cricket No, no, no, no, no Cricket in this country at the moment is in crisis Crisis Crisis CRISIS Oh, God I need everyone on this story. […]

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Kid Basketball Pro Vs. Adults

Kid Basketball Pro Vs. Adults

(slow hip hop music) – I’m Kai Davis, I’m 12 years old and I’ve been playing basketball since I was six. My best qualities are probably my play-making, my defense, and my ball handling. The most points I think I scored in a game was 40. – I am actually pretty nervous. I have not […]

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IoT EcoStruxure™ at Melbourne Cricket Ground Ensures Sustainability

IoT EcoStruxure™ at Melbourne Cricket Ground Ensures Sustainability
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Squash Coaching: Routines and Drills

Squash Coaching: Routines and Drills

In this series I’d like to talk to you about routines and the benefits of routines and how they can be applied to all levels of players from top end, top pros in the world right into a beginner club player and how the benefits of the routine will really develop your skills, learn certain […]

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Squash 101 – Top Tips for a Perfect Squash Warm-Up

Squash 101 – Top Tips for a Perfect Squash Warm-Up

So in this week’s playlist we’re going to be taking a look at the warm-up we’re going to discuss what it is, why it’s important and we’re gonna go through an example of a three stage warm-up that’s going to be specific to squash to allow you to get physically and mentally ready for your […]

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Squash: A Day With… Nick Matthew

Squash: A Day With… Nick Matthew

morning guys Happy news they’ve got porridge, good porridge apparently, I’ve brought mine in here just in case No thanks mate I always have a big bowl of porridge I get a bit to stick up all the other boys because I’m just I like to bring my own into the hotel don’t have it […]

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Squash: Eain Yow Ng – My Season

Squash: Eain Yow Ng – My Season

I think the most important thing is just to focus on becoming a better squash player I don’t want to put too much pressure on numbers just getting up in the rankings just I think just by playing good squash becoming a better squash player will eventually lead me to my targets but at the […]

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Kingsport Saber — Cricket Bat Review 2019/20

Kingsport Saber — Cricket Bat Review 2019/20

So we here at Kingsgrove Sports are always looking for the latest in cricket gear and trying to be as innovative as possible. To that extent, we’ve been working on a secret project for the last little while, and we have got to a stage where we’d like to introduce it to you. Now, of […]

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GM Noir — Cricket Bat Review 2019/20

Gunn & Moore Noir. Brand new for season 2019/20. Great bat in the new Gunn & Moore range. These ones are nice and big, mid-to-low profile in these ones. Nice big high spine, big solid edges, down into that driving area where you want plenty of power. Power packed, these ones are. Not too much […]

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