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18 Dec

College Alumni - Where are they now?

2019 saw our inaugural Yorkshire Cricket College cohort graduate. We caught up with students who graduated, back in May, to see what they are up to now and how they are getting on…

JAMES

Having worked throughout his
time at the college, James is now
a coach working for Yorkshire
Cricket’s official coaching arm, Pro
Coach Yorkshire Cricket.

MATT

As a first year, Matt did his work
experience with Yorkshire CCC’s
Strength and Conditioning team. Matt
is now studying Sports Science at
Leeds Beckett University however he
is still working under Yorkshire CCC
lead Strength and Conditioning coach,
Ian Fisher during his degree.

OLIVER

Oliver’s passion for Sports Coaching
inspired him to move into Higher
Education. He is now studying a Sports
Development and Coaching degree at
Sheffield Hallam University. His
long-term plan is to go into PE teaching
or a more specialised sports coaching
environment.

BOETA

Boeta excelled as a cricketer at the
Yorkshire Cricket College and has
continued his interest in sport by going
to Leeds Beckett University to study
Sports Science. He has ambitions to
become a physiotherapist when he
graduates.

WILL

After passing the BTEC, Will’s
academic ability saw him
accepted into Leeds Beckett
University on their Sports
Science BSC. Will is building
his work experience profile by
working for Pro Coach during
his degree.

JONNY

After completing his BTEC, Jonny spent the summer working for Pro Coach and gaining experience alongside expert coaches. This led to the opportunity to travel to Cape Town, South Africa to continue his coaching journey at Bishop’s Independent School under the tutelage of former Warwickshire cricketer, Neil Carter. Bishop’s is one of the top cricket schools in South Africa.

JOSH

Josh also spent the summer working for Pro Coach, gaining coaching experience with professional coaches. From this, he also then went to Cape Town, South Africa to continue in his coaching career.

Both Jonny and Josh were under the tutelage of former Warwickshire cricketer, Neil Carter.

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