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Off-season Player Development Opportunities

6 session Strength, Power & Speed program!

Our very own Master Blaster Coach, Jack Whisker, is also a brilliant Strength & Conditioning trainer and has put together the ultimate 6 session program aimed at improving your strength, power & speed! Jack has tailored this program to ensure all aspects will improve your athletic ability on the cricket field – capped at 12 players this is a must for all players wanting to not waste any time improving their skills ready for their pre-season or Winter Cricket Competition. Starting Wednesday 11th May at 4pm and only $50 per child for the 6 session program (sessions 60-75mins)! To register for this text or call Pearcy (Andrew Pearce) on 0410 616 982.

5 week wicket keeping program!

Our wicket keepers are often forgotten during our junior season and as such we are seeking expressions of interest from our junior players who want to work on their wicket keeping. We have organised for current Scorchers Womens Assistant Coach and 10-12 Schoolboys Sunshine Coast supercoach Daniel Book to make himself available to deliver a 6 session (75min) program for 6 wicket keepers from our club. To register for this text or call Pearcy (Andrew Pearce) on 0410 616 982. At $100 per child for the entire 5 week program this is a must for those young players wanting to become the next superstar wicket keeper.

Individual and small group skill development!

GDCC are fortunate enough to have two of the best in the business when it comes to private coaching for individuals and small groups. With current Rangers Mens head coach and Scorchers U19 Coach Brett Lunt along with Current Scorchers Director of Youth Development and Ranger Youth Development Coach Andrew Pearce both making themselves available for players to work on their skills during the off-season. For more information on availability, options and fees please reach out to Brett on 0411 642 425 or Pearcy on 0410 616 982 

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