At the 2018 Fusion Sport European Human Performance Summit, Mo Bobat of the England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) gave a fascinating presentation on utilizing Smartabase to manage Player Identification Pathways, with insights into the strategy behind creating high performing international cricket teams. As Player Identification Lead, Mo is driven by a lifelong fascination with helping teams and individuals to realise their potential, accentuated by his formative experiences as a teacher and ...
Player Identification is the player’s name and number as displayed on his Cricket Clothing. E.1 Playing Shirt and Sweaters. A player’s name and number must correctly reflect the identity of the player and must be positioned on the Playing Shirts and Playing Sweaters as indicated in Diagram B.
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European Human Performance Summit | September 21, 2018Mo Bobat | Player Identification Lead, England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB)Mo is driven by a lifelong fa...
Surrey County Cricket Club is committed to identifying and developing homegrown cricketers to play for Surrey and England. To aid this process, Surrey CCC has developed this Guideline to Talent Identification document to communicate the skills and attributes that we feel County Age Group (CAG) players between the ages of 9 and 17 should demonstrate.
As Player Identification Lead, Mo is driven by a lifelong fascination with helping teams and individuals to realise their potential, accentuated by his formative experiences as a teacher and cricket coach.
USA Cricket is pleased to announce a series of player talent identification events across the country for women and girls who are 13 years old or above. The objective is to expand the women’s national player pool while also establishing a girls’ national player pool.
Examples of players that may not have the natural attributes for a required sport or have not developed as early as other adolescents are athletes like Darren Gough, Wayne Gretzky, Allen Iverson & Lionel Messi. Darren Gough endured a great career as a fast bowler in cricket taking over 200 test wickets and nearly 900 first class wickets.
David Court will return to the ECB in April having accepted the role as Player Identification Lead for the men’s pathway after four years at The Football Association.