Co-Founder & CEO
A warm welcome to Cricket Vision and I hope that you will have a worthwhile experience with our coaches. After graduating from the University Of Nottingham with a degree in Finance, Accounting and Management I am now working as a Technology Consultant for Deloitte. After completing my ECB Level 2 coaching qualification in May 2012 and coaching previous years at my local club, I decided to set up my own business to give boys and girls of all ages the opportunity to have quality coaching at an affordable price.
All of our coaches are of a high standard and will have the specific expertise that you require, whether it be bowling, batting and fielding. We will also provide specialist wicket keeping coaching for those that require this and fitness sessions for all participants. I hope the service we provide to local clubs will be invaluable and will help their players to improve their skill and ability.
Cricket Vision will ensure that the players will benefit from the latest coaching techniques. We will motivate, encourage, enthuse, improve, but most of all, we will guarantee that the sessions will be full of fun. The great thing about Cricket Vision is that we can adapt to any individual, whether it be a county player who really wants to improve their game and have their sights on something higher or a player who simply just wants to have fun and enjoy cricket, either way we can cater for you.
Co-founder & Director
Having played the sport from the age of 7, and after qualifying as a ECB level 2 cricket coach I was motivated to set up my own cricket coaching business as a way of giving back to the cricketing community. For me, cricket, like all sports, is all about enjoyment and having fun; factors which are too often overlooked as drivers of development. With this in mind, and in light of the constantly changing nature of the game, I believe it is critical to keep coaching techniques fresh, innovative, ‘out of the box’ and above all enjoyable! This is, at the end of the day, key to instilling a passion for the sport in the minds of young athletes and, for maintaining player perseverance. Being enthusiastic about the game is what drives the appetite to train – the first step towards progression.
Second to this, albeit equally important, is the element of achievement. Every player, regardless of their ability, has the capability to improve – as the saying goes, ‘practice makes perfect!’ As a current player at the University of Birmingham, and my local club, I for one recognise that coaching excellence is central to player development. We, as a body of enthusiastic coaches, continually strive to deliver excellence, in order to ensure that your son/daughter can consistently gain a sense of achievement after each and every session.
After studying a Masters in Real Estate at the University Of Reading I am now working for Knight Frank within their commercial property arm. Having coached now for 6 years, I have gained some valuable experience and knowledge. Nevertheless, I persistently endeavour to better my own coaching abilities and indeed my own cricketing performance.