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Pathway Planning<br />“I’m 13 and playing cricket in……<br /><ul><li> Buenos Aires
 Havana
 Panama City
 Nassau
Vancouver
 Brasilia
 Paramaribo
 Grand Turk
 Santiago
Lima
 Stanley
Belmopan
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Andy Pick: Pathway Planning

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Andy Pick: Pathway Planning

  1. 1. Pathway Planning<br />“I’m 13 and playing cricket in……<br /><ul><li> Buenos Aires
  2. 2. Havana
  3. 3. Panama City
  4. 4. Nassau
  5. 5. Vancouver
  6. 6. Brasilia
  7. 7. Paramaribo
  8. 8. Grand Turk
  9. 9. Santiago
  10. 10. Lima
  11. 11. Stanley
  12. 12. Belmopan
  13. 13. Hamilton
  14. 14. San José
  15. 15. Miami
  16. 16. George Town
  17. 17. Cancun </li></ul>“…… How do I get to play for my senior national team?”<br />
  18. 18. Can your organisation currently answer this question??<br />Why is a pathway plan important?<br />To Help with….<br /> - Talent Detection<br /> - Talent Selection<br /> - Talent Confirmation<br />
  19. 19. Talent Detection (Emerging Players: 13 - 15)<br /><ul><li>Exploration of talent pools
  20. 20. Systematic scouting of school and club age group matches
  21. 21. Conduct national cricket talent test
  22. 22. National coaches to analyze scouting reports and other performance evidence</li></ul>Talent Selection<br />
  23. 23. Talent Selection (Emerging Players 13 - 15)<br />Coaches select short list <br />Players put through cricket tests<br />Results and scouting reports used to rank players against talent indicators<br />Talent Confirmation<br />
  24. 24. Talent Confirmation (Emerging Players 13 - 15)<br />National coaches select players to be exposed to a structured series of experience, challenges and match play situations<br />National coaches to evaluate players performances in the above and select or deselect players for the next level<br />
  25. 25. Talent Detection (Elite Young Players 16 – 20)<br /><ul><li>Exploration of talent pools
  26. 26. Systematic scouting of school and club age group matches
  27. 27. Conduct national cricket talent test
  28. 28. Monitor performance at regional competitions and matches
  29. 29. Collect standardized scouting reports from local coaches
  30. 30. National coaches to analyze scouting reports and other performance evidence</li></ul>Talent Confirmation<br />
  31. 31. Talent Selection (Elite Young Players 16 - 20)<br />Coaches select short list <br />Players put through cricket tests<br />Results and scouting reports used to rank players against talent indicators<br />Players to be introduced to the concept of fitness programming and monitoring. With results being part of the selection criteria<br />Talent Confirmation<br />
  32. 32. Talent Confirmation (Elite Young Players 16 – 20)<br />National coaches select players to be exposed to a structured series of match play, tours and development camps<br />National coaches to evaluate players performances and monitor fitness levels in the above and select or deselect players for the next level<br />
  33. 33. Talent Detection (Senior Elite Players)<br />National coaches and selectors to monitor performance in league, regional and national competitions<br />Talent Selection <br />
  34. 34. Talent Selection (Senior Elite Players)<br />Coaches to select short list for inclusion in national programmes<br />Players put through cricket and fitness testing<br />Results used to compare with current international players<br />Talent Confirmation<br />
  35. 35. Talent Confirmation (Senior Elite Players)<br />Coaches and selectors to choose players from national programmes for international competition <br />National coaches to evaluate players performances and monitor fitness levels in the above and select or deselect players for future programmes or competitions<br />
  36. 36. Questions?<br />Support<br />

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