Hi Parents & Players
We hope you are looking forward to the Warsop Cricket Camp 2020
RATHER THAN A COVID EMAIL, WE THOUGHT WE WOULD SEND PLAYERS AND PARENTS A VIDEO. PLEASE BRING THE PASSWORD ON DAY!
FYI - We still have a handful of places available. Please feel free to contact parents/players who maybe interested and give them our information.
Due to the hot summer we are experiencing we will make sure there are plenty of cooling off breaks throughout the day:
We will adapt the syllabus in order to limit high intensity work during the hottest parts of the day.
Each day camp starts at 830am and finishes at 400pm.
Please arrive at 345 for parents de-brief.
(Friday de-brief to be 330)
Please make sure all players apply suncream before they arrive. Players should also bring suncream for re-application.
Please make sure players have a packed lunch (with drinks) & snacks for breaks.
Players MUST have breakfast before they arrive. The day is extremely active and we want to make sure players are properly fuelled up!
Please feel free to bring your own, bats/pads/gloves/helmets. If you do not have any, please do not worry as we will have kit available.
All hard ball training will require full protection to be worn including helmets, abdominal guards. This is a legal requirement.
The syllabus is designed for players to see/bat/bowl many balls throughout the day. Young players are often keen to bat against cricket balls when undertaking batting drills and fielding drills.
Coaches will use a combination of cricket balls and hard tennis balls through the week.
Our preference for repetitive drills is to use hard tennis balls which replicate a cricket ball, however on impact on soft tissue will have less damage. These balls are used by professional cricketers for all types of batting drills and are not just for young players.
Please wear acceptable sporting attire (cricket whites are not mandatory).
Additional layers with them in case of a change in weather conditions.
Please arrive through the main gates registration will be in the CLUB HOUSE.
Feel free to ask an questions if you have any.