As a result of the Covid "circuit breaker" the IOMCA winter programme at King William's College has had to be altered. The IOMCA will now be running a series of courses at King William's College gym from March 7th. The rescheduled dates and times are as follows -
Block 1 Bookings CricFit Block 1: All sessions 9:45 - 11:00 Sunday March 7th, March 14th, March 21st, March 28th CricKids Block 1 (group 1): All sessions 11:15 - 12:30 Sunday March 7th, March 14th, March 21st, March 28th CricKids Block 1 (group 2): All sessions 12:30 - 13:45 Sunday March 7th, March 14th, March 21st, March 28th CricSoft Block 1: All sessions 14:15 - 15:30 Sunday March 7th, March 14th, March 21st, March 28th Women & Girls Block 1: All sessions 15:30 - 16:45 Sunday March 7th, March 14th, March 21st, March 28th
Block 2 Bookings CricFit Block 2: All sessions 9:45 - 11:00 Sunday April 4th, April 11th, April 18th, April 25th CricKids Block 2 (group 1): All sessions 11:15 - 12:30 Sunday April 4th, April 11th, April 18th, April 25th CricKids Block 2 (group 2): All sessions 12:30 - 13:45 Sunday April 4th, April 11th, April 18th, April 25th CricSoft Block 2: All sessions 14:15 - 15:30 Sunday April 4th, April 11th, April 18th, April 25th Women & Girls Block 2: All sessions 15:30 - 16:45 Sunday April 4th, April 11th, April 18th, April 25th
Please see the below leaflet for more information on the different courses and how to reserve a place,
The IOMCA will be offering a number of opportunities for players of all ages over February half term to attend different camps and clinics. Due to limited space we are running a mixture of activities to suit all ages and preferences. Details of these can be found on the attachment. Bookings are to be made through firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to popular demand an additional Batting and Bowling Clinic has been added to the IOMCA 2021 winter programme at King William's College. Bowling Clinic These specialist coaching sessions are aimed at seam bowlers concentrating on developing a repeatable and strong action. This will include breaking the bowling action down and working on the different components. There will also be own body weight and small medicine ball strength and conditioning exercises to improve physical conditioning for bowling at the individual player’s optimum speed. Ages: 10-13 Time: 5-6 Cost: £20 Dates: Sundays Block 1 January 24th, 31st, February 7th, 14th & 21st (5 weeks) Venue: King William’s College Gym
Batting Clinic These coaching sessions will concentrate on developing the batting basics using tennis ball drill work and game scenarios. The focus will be on developing a sound technique to assist with long term success within the game. It is imperative that every player is hitting as many balls as possible, in order to develop the fundamental movements and skills. Ages: 10-13 Time: 5-6 Cost: £20 Dates: Sundays Block 2 - February 28th, March 7th, 14th, 21st & 28th (5 weeks) Venue: King William’s College Gym
Places should be booked in advance via email to email@example.com and payment made by electronic transfer. These will be booked on a first-come, first-served basis and confirmation will be sent via email with payment details. New attendees will be required to fill in a registration form found above.
IOMCA Winter Programme 2021
After a successful series of CricKids and Batting Clinics in November and December. The IOMCA will be running a series of courses and clinics at King William's College from January 24th. This will include CricKids, CricSoft, CricFit, women and girl's soft ball cricket and bowling and batting clinics. Please see the below leaflet for more information and how to reserve a place,
The IOMCA will be running a series of batting clinics for 7-11 year olds at King William's College gym leading up to Christmas. Please see the below poster for more information and email firstname.lastname@example.org to book and for payment details.
The IOMCA have expanded their summer holiday offer for 2020. It includes the popular and traditional camps - women and girl's, soft ball and cricket ball but new for this summer includes Cric Kids mornings for the youngest cricketers on the Isle of Man and clinics for those looking for more specific coaching. Please email email@example.com for a booking form and payment details.
The Isle of Man Cricket Association is running an Indoor Cricket programme from the 16th February to the 5th April 2020. The venue will be King William's College. The programme will aim to develop skills and fitness for boys, girls and women. For further details, costs and how to book, please see the accompanying flyer. Places are limited, so please don't delay.
The IOMCA will be running half term camps for players between 7 and 13 years old. The camps will take place at King William's College. The camps are for 7-10 year olds, and 10 to 13 year olds. More details, dates and booking information can be found by opening the accompanying flyer.
Aimed at children aged between 3-6 years of age (all children should be accompanied by an adult). These sessions are based around developing cricketers of the future both boys and girls. The aim is to develop athletic skills, very basic transferable cricket skills, teamwork and most importantly of all to have fun!
After the success of Cric Kids over the winter further dates have been added over the summer. These are - April 28th May 12th May 26th June 16th June 30th July 14th All sessions are 10-11 outside at King Williams College (on the astro turf cricket pitch side). The cost is £2 per session (paid on the day) and all new participants will receive a free Cric Start t shirt. Please email Sally Green firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest.
February Half Term Camps
The IOMCA will be running half term camps for players between 7 and 16 years old. Due to previous popularity we will be running camps at Bemahague school along with King Williams college. The camps are for 9-11 year olds, 12-16 year olds and 7-10 year olds. More details, dates and booking info can be found on by opening the flyer.
The IOMCA are running a number of courses this winter (see below for details)
There are a number of options to choose from which cater for a large range of ages and abilities with a mixture of specific and generic options. For those wanting to focus on a specific skill we start with wicket keeping on Feb 25th (book quickly), followed by batting, Fielding, Spin Bowling and a further Keeping session. Kwik to Hardball for those looking to move up this year or those younger ones wanting to just get a bit of practice before the season.
CricKids runs for 5 weeks for the real future cricketers (age 3 onwards) and a series of slots for Indoor cricket for individual or team entries. Details of how to book on the courses can be found on the form.
Cric-Kids is an early entry programme into the sport. Aimed at children between 3 and 6 these sessions are based around developing cricketers of the future. The sessions are based around physical literacy, games, very basic transferable cricket skills, teamwork and most importantly of all fun! Delivered by Sally Green a qualified cricket coach, teacher and early years PE specialist she has years of experience in developing young children in sport. The sessions are for boys and girls and are a great opportunity to develop children's all round athletic skills. These sessions are turn up and join in and cost £2 per session.
Please note these sessions move to Finch Hill from Saturday 8th July
The IOMCA are running a series of camps over Easter to prepare players for the season. aimes at upscaling current players and engaging new players these camps will have cater for all levels of ability new and experienced.
The camps are delivered by IOMCA coaches and players so will ensure quality for all and will ensure the correct balance of Fun and development.
The IOMCA are running a number of courses this winter (see below for details)
There are a number of options to choose from which cater for a large range of ages and abilities with a mixture of specific and generic options.
For those wanting to focus on a specific skill we start with wicket keeping on January 17th (book quickly), followed by spin bowling, batting and finishing with fielding. We will look at pace bowling options when we move outside and have the space for full run ups.
The Skills award focuses on kwik cricketers and the Crickids is aimed at the real minis (ages 3-6).
Details of how to book on the courses can be found on the form.