Develop Enhance Perform program Is separated into 3 stages........
Knowing what to do and how to do it
Repeating the movement/skill to enhance synchronisation of the mind and muscles
Stage 3: Perform (Autonomous)
The ability to automatically execute the skill.
Bentleigh CC have had 4 Academy Players debut in the 1st Eleven this season, since David started working with our Academy, MIchael Keyt, Alan Glenton, Morgan Foot and Marty Clements. Young Jordan Burns has played the last two games in the 2nd Eleven with figures of 11 overs 1 wicket for 4 runs and 10 overs 7 wickets for 27 runs. .
One of the goals of the Academy is to provide young cricketers with the tools that will enable them to progress through to the 1st XI at Bentleigh, and beyond. This is made possible by the sponsorship of the academy by Woodards Bentleigh, and the coaching provided by “Future Stars Cricket Australia PTY LTD .
By providing junior players this opportunity, the Academy aims to retain young people in cricket and help them to maintain and improve their ability and skill level, affording them the opportunity to progress within the sport.
Thank you again David
Director of Cricket
BENTLEIGH CRICKET CLUB
Sue Jennings, mother of Amy Jennings Box Hill CC / East Metro U18
Hi David, Just wanted to let you know how Amy did on the weekend after the six weeks work she’s done with you. She won her Women’s Premier League preliminary final, but that’s not what’s really significant. It’s that with at least six or seven Victorian Open Women’s players participating spread over the two teams, Amy was Player of the Match with 27 runs – strike rate of 169% -bowling figures of 3/6 and a good game behind the stumps. Pretty good day for a just turned 17 year old who’s been playing indoor cricket for less than 18 months. I credit the turnaround to the work she’s done with you. I have happily watched her confidence and assertiveness grow week by week, culminating in calm and confident batting under finals pressure. You have an excellent combination of improving technique and confidence side by side. Thanks again for all you’ve done so far – it’s a great gift for her. It’s lovely to see her happy playing cricket again instead of being so stressed. So glad we found you!
Box Hill CC / East Metro U18 State Champions 2015
A player’s most influential period of cricket development is from the ages of 7 to17 where they develop the fundamental habits that are going to stay with them throughout their cricketing careers.
We have used the age seven as a general guide.In our experience many people are first introduced to a format of cricket at this age.
Future Stars Academy Squads offer a comprehensive environment for boys and girls to establish positive habits, routines and skills that will enrich their game and personal wellbeing.
By creating an environment conductive to development and growth, players feel relaxed, motivated and able to express their true selves.
We are privileged to have cricket development coaches who are all extremely experienced working within junior and senior environments, who wish to aid in the future development of junior cricketers.
Members of the academy will be able to enhance their technical, tactical and mental aspects of their game whilst also gaining experience in personal development.
Future Stars academy squads empower all players to take ownership and responsibility for their games, ensuring players transition from junior to senior cricket as smoothly as possible.
Future Stars pride itself on our coach to player ration of 1:5, enabling both player and coach to establish a close working relationship.
All coaches are accredited level 2 and 3 Australia and / or England and Wales cricket board (ECB), and all hold current working with children checks.