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EXPERIENCE HAWKEYE AT ICG CONFERENCE
HAWKEYE will be there to see in its full technical glory and so will be one of the UK’s top officials in two of the biggest sports.
CONFERENCE 2014 is not much more than a week away and it’s not too late for coaches in any sport to sample the experience of a top quality day of tutorship at the ICG Centre.
One of the star attractions is top umpire Martin Bodenham.
Eighteen years after he refereed the 1996 Muratti Vase final, Bodenham is returning to the island in his new role as top cricket umpire.
At the ICG on 8 November,, Bodenham will feature at the first joint Guernsey and Jersey Cricket Board CI cricket coaching and umpiring conference featuring notable experts in the UK game, as well as a demonstration by Hawkeye, the internationally acclaimed decision analysis tool.
The visiting Hawkeye representatives will oversee two sessions and in a practical one they they will test umpires in making decisions that were either out or not out.
Bodenham, the first man to officiate in top football and first-class cricket, will deliver three sessions: Life as an Umpire, Field Craft and Man Mmanagement and a Practical Session in the Nets.
Overseeing the coaching during the day will be recently retired England batsman Darren Maddy, who will deliver a masterclass in batting against short-pitch bowling, and Steffan Jones, the former Somerset fast bowler who runs a successful fast bowlers enhancement programme entitled Speed Demon.
Nic Pothas, the island’s director of cricket, will also undertake sessions on wicket-keeping and dynamic fielding.
For more details contact conference organiser Jason Shambrook at firstname.lastname@example.org
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