Womens Coaching Session
Two coaching/activator opportunities are being repeated twice in the county. Ideally we are aiming these at women, but if you have coaches or helpers who work with women and girls, who are males, then they could be eligible to attend. As it stands there are only a handful booked on, so if you know of anyone, please promote!
Activator session: Suitable for someone new to cricket and who wants to get involved to help develop their women’s, girls or mixed team. The session will give provide you with fun ideas and games to take away back to your clubs that will aid player development. Ideal for those wanting to keep their Active 8 session going!
Coaches; For more experienced helpers/coaches, who currently help in a girls or women’s section and want to further develop female players. An opportunity to spend time with Sophie Luff and share you needs.
The courses are on the
28th June 6.30pm – 8pm at Taunton Deane CC
5th July 6.30-8pm – Stanton Drew CC
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With the launch of the Kia Super League in 2016, women’s cricket is taking a new and exciting form. In 2017 England host the Women’s World Cup and women’s cricket will be centre-stage in the South West – with 8 games at the Brightside Ground (Bristol) and 7 games at the Cooper Associates Ground (Taunton) as well as year two of the Kia Super League!
Western Storm in conjunction with Somerset Cricket Board & Gloucestershire Cricket Board wants to create a team of inspiring females within the club network to help the growth of women’s cricket in clubs across the South West.
The Storm Champion Programme is available for females aged 16+ who would like to take a more active role in supporting women & girls activity in clubs and the wider community. The programme is designed to give females involved in cricket the confidence and skills to take on some of the roles involved in running cricket as well as connecting to other like-minded females across the South West!
What the Storm Champion programme will offer:
- ‘How to promote & market your club’ support.
- Officiating – Introduction to Umpiring and Scoring
- Coach support worker course (Introduction to delivering cricket)
How many places are there?
Places will be limited to 24 for year one. To enable as many clubs to benefit from the programme please sign people up in order of priority as we may have to limit the numbers each club can have attend.
When and where does the programme take place?
Is there are charge?
No! The Storm Champion programme will be free to participants.
How do I sign up or find out more information?
For more information please contact: