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Manly Warringah Cricket Coaching School – School holiday clinics

The Manly Warringah Cricket Coaching School (MWCCS) was established in 1992 by Shawn Bradstreet, David Ford and David Patterson as an avenue for young cricketers on the Northern Beaches to develop their skills and enhance their enjoyment for the game. In 2012 they celebrated 20 years of clinics.

David Ford is now the sole head coach. David played his junior cricket with Palm Beach RSL Cricket Club (since absorbed into Peninsular Cricket Club) and St Paul’s College in Manly. He progressed through the Manly-Warringah Junior Representative teams to a successful first grade career with Manly-Warringah. He is one of a select group to play 1st grade cricket and rugby union for Manly.

A current school teacher on the Northern Beaches, David has worked as the Metropolitan North Development Officer for Cricket NSW, and has been Head Coach at Warringah Shires and Assistant Coach at Manly-Warringah Cricket Club.

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David has also had extensive coaching experience overseas being Head Coach of the Perthshire Cricket Club in Scotland, Head Coach of North County Cricket Club and Malahide Cricket Club in Dublin, Ireland.David is a qualified Level 3 Cricket Coach under the National Cricket Accreditation Scheme.

David currently coaches numerous Emerging Blues players and has coached current Australian representative Jackson Bird and NSW representative Tim Cruikshank.

This summer, the Manly Warringah Cricket Coaching School will be holding their MANLY WARRINGAH clinic in the Christmas school holidays over 4 days from 19 to 22 January, 2015. The venue is at Weldon Oval Curl Curl. For further information and to download the enrollment form, visit http://www.mwccs.com.au/index.html

You will also find information on the Central Coast and North Shore clinics at http://www.mwccs.com.au/index.html

For further information, please contact David Ford on 0415 448 138 or mwccs@hotmail.com

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