MOZAMBICAN CRICKET ASSOCIATION


   Central Zone Coach Course 2018  
 

Course: Coach – Introductory / Beginners

Venue : Centro Educacional Njerenje

Date: 21 – 24 March 2018

 

Participants list

  

Nr

Name

Province /Zone

Classification

 1

 VALDEMIRO CARLOS

CCPM

Approved

 2

 RAIMUNDO JOAO    

CCPM

Not Approved

 3

 CRUZADO DOMINGOS 

CCPM

Approved

 4

 TEMOTIO VASCO  

CCPM

Not Approved

 5

 PEDRO COUTINHO 

CCPM

Approved

 6

 GERALDO FILIPE 

CCPM

Approved

 7

 XAVIER JOAO  

CCPM

Not Approved

 8

 RANDINHO DAVID  

CCPM

Approved

 9

 MANUEL DAVID

CCPM

Approved

10

 DAVID LUIS  

CCPM

Approved

11

 MAXWELL ANTONIO 

CCPM

Approved

12

 JUVENCIO JORGE  

CCPM

Approved

13

 MALAQUIAS SAMANYIKA    

CCPM

Approved

 

 

 

 

 

BEGGINERS COURSE RESUME 21-24 MARCH 2018

 

 PARTICIPANTS: 

DAY ONE

13 participants came for the course.  Noted is the fact that these are young men from the same neighborhood whose common interest is sport. 

1.   Introductions were made and a register of the participants made as above.

2.   As beginners they received a talk about the history of cricket and how the game has developed over the years.

3.   They then watched a T20 match between Pakistan and the West Indies with explanations on how play was going on and the cricket jargon. They were told that cricket is for all irrespective of colour.  Participants were given the opportunity to ask questions on what they were seeing on television. 

4.   They were taken to observe a net practice session were seasoned cricketers were practicing.  Some demonstrations on how to grip the bat and stance were carried out.  (See photos).  Discussions on basics were done and the group dismissed at 5pm. 

DAY TWO

1.   The participants were shown displayed cricket equipment and had explanations on how each on is used.  The following items were on display: ball, bats, pads, box, helmet, thigh guards, arm guards, gloves, practice balls, stumps. 

Demonstrations on how to use each item were made

1.   The participants had to demonstrate the grip and stance.  They were made to work in pairs on the field.  They were taken through catching drills. 

They did bowling batting with continuous demonstrations from the coordinator. 

They were dismissed after a review of the day’s activities.

 

DAY THREE

1.   With the fact that we could groom future monitors to spread the game to local schools, the session was dedicated on how to coach young children. 

The ICC Development Program Teach Cricket handbook was our focus .

The  participants got lectured on the activities they can do with young children. 

We discussed the activities up to bowling with a run-up. 

DAY FOUR

1.   The participants were taken through the activities discussed on day 3.  They were given turns to lead the activities. 

-        They played a mini cricket match. 

-        A review of the course was done and the participants were encouraged to form the first cricket team from Bairo Chiremera.

 

COURSE COORDINATOR:

- CENTRAL  ZONE CRICKET DEVELOPMENT OFFICER:  Amos Muchabveyo

ASSISTANT 1: Albert Towera

ASSISTANT 2: Gladman Chikati