Gloucestershire Coaches Association

The Gloucestershire Cricket Board Coaches Association (GCBCA) is the county’s arm of the national England and Wales Cricket Board Coaches Association (ECBCA).

Coaches who sign up to become a member of the ECBCA will automatically become a member of their local association as well. For more on the ECBCA including benefits of being a member and details of how to join visit the ECBCA Website.

The GCBCA performs a key role in supporting the GCB’s coach education and coach development programmes and offers support to coaches across the county.

The organisation is run by elected Chairman Steve Cashmore (07929 967653) and Secretary Paul Buckland (07500 179132).


ECBCA National Conference

Time to check that diary! This year’s National Conference will take place at St George’s Park – Headquarters of the Football Association. Once again including presentations from key personnel from the very top of sport, plus a dinner celebrating coaching achievements, the two-day event promises to be a not-to-be-missed event. The date? October 28th/29th 2017. Click on the banner below for full details and access to the ECB’s booking form:-

Coach Development Day – Clifton College

Our second Development Day left coaches wanting “more of the same, please.” With highly-rated coaches presenting our two workshops, a light lunch to accompany our re-positioned AGM, a ‘goodie bag’ for all who attended, our visit to Clifton College was a resounding success.

Former Gloucestershire star Tim Hancock explored ideas to ‘bring the game into the nets’, and Gloucestershire Head Coach followed with an in-depth look at supporting our young spin bowlers.

(A report of the day is included in our Newsletter (no.14) – see below)

 

GCBCA Newsletters

Below are a few of the latest newsletters issued by the GCBCA – click on the link below the graphic to download the relevant newsletter

 
Newsletter 11Newsletter 12Newsletter 13Newsletter 14

 


 
  • To develop a fun and enabling environment in which more people in Gloucestershire play and are involved in cricket - Mission Statement of the Gloucestershire Cricket Board
  • To develop a fun and enabling environment in which more people in Gloucestershire play and are involved in cricket - Mission Statement of the Gloucestershire Cricket Board
  • To develop a fun and enabling environment in which more people in Gloucestershire play and are involved in cricket - Mission Statement of the Gloucestershire Cricket Board
 

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