Coach & Managers Guide (2020) - a guide for coaches and managers of U8/U9 teams
FRIDAY NIGHT MASTER BLASTER
A Scoring Guide is available. Paper Scorebooks are included in your team kits.
ALL OTHER AGE GROUPSMyCricket Live Scorer is the preferred App used by the Club for scoring
The MyCricket Scoring App is free and provides a user friendly way to score games electronically.
Electronic scoring is not compulsory. If you wish to continue using scorebooks that is okay! However, you will need to transfer the information from the scorebook into MyCricket within 7 days of the completion of the match.
Information provided by Queensland Cricket re using the Scoring App:
One Page Guide
Training Presentation from Qld Cricket
Setting up Junior players and teams
Scoring Scenarios document
Saturday Help Desk Number if having any issues with the App: Phone 1800 274 25 38
Blue Card Application Form - valid until July 2021
Member Declaration Form 2020-21
Training session times
U8, U9 and U10
All training sessions for entry level age groups are conducted at the Club's grounds.
Under 8s on Mondays from 5.00-6.00pm
Under 9s on Tuesdays from 5.00-6.00pm
Under 10s on Mondays from 6.15-7.15pm.
Many of the documents below apply to all age groups. Some deal with technique, while others provide guidance on how to run a successful training session.
Coaching assistance is available at scheduled training nights, so make sure that you approach these coaches if you have any questions.
The NXcricket cricket score book app is available for purchase on ipad, iphone and ipod touch. I believe it’s around $9 through the app store.
NXcricket is a really user friendly scoring app. It summarises all information entered to really simplify the process for Coaches and Managers to then enter data into MyCricket (requirement for U11 and up age groups). Additionally, it has the capacity to email all results and stats to each team member after the game. There are a heap of others interesting features of this app including – score projection, run rate required, worm and wagon wheel diagrams to name but a few.