Dymock heading to Warwick

FORMER Test pace bowler Geoff Dymock will be in Warwick for a junior coaching clinic on March 12 at Slade Park.

Dymock, together with another COGS (Cricketing Old Greats) Australia coach, will instruct the juniors from 9am to 3pm.

The coaching program has been developed by Dymock and former star Australian Test batsman Doug Walters.

Dymock said Queensland Primary School Cricket, an affiliate member of Queensland Cricket, supported the coaching clinic and would be contacting schools in the area. “This is an opportunity for children to learn or reinforce the basics of cricket and improve on their natural skills,” Dymock said.

“The clinic covers the basics of batting, bowling, fielding and running between wickets and includes a net session and a “skills” program.

“Learn how to score an additional 500 runs a season and/or how to genuinely swing or spin the ball as a bowler – and avoid back injuries.”

All ages (six to 16) and skill levels are catered for.

The coaches guarantee all attendees an enjoyable day with an opportunity to vastly improve all aspects of their game.

Warwick Cricket Association committee member Michael Bourke said Dymock would provide each player at the clinic with a skills program for winter in preparation for the 2010-2011 season.

The cost of the clinic is $75

Registrations for the clinic can be made by emailing info@cogsaustralia.com with details or calling Merle on 0488 255183.

The local contact for the clinic is Bourke on 0419 120998.

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