“Cricket is a game that owes much of its unique appeal to the fact that it should be played not only within its Laws but also within the Spirit of the Game”.
In order to play cricket it is necessary to get fit, strong, develop good hand-eye coordination and ball-handling skills. Cricket involves sprinting between wickets and running to stop balls, as well as bowling and throwing.
With the continuous practice of Cricket you will get endurance, stamina, balance, coordination, physical fitness and improving hand-eye coordination.
As well as physical health benefits, cricket can also bring other benefits and opportunities such as: team skills, social skills such as cooperation, communication and learning how to cope with winning and losing, social interaction – it’s a great way to meet new people and make new friends.
The passion for the game runs deep and for many the game is often seen as a microcosm of life itself. A cricket match is sometimes described as being a miniature battle through which the very best qualities can be seen, including courage, integrity, honesty, individual excellence, extraordinary team work, great leadership, and humility in both victory and defeat.
Through cricket, one can learn the great life values of integrity and respect; it affords opportunities for development of communication, leadership and team skills; it embraces individual excellence and flair, while also valuing cooperation and communication within a team environment; and through its equality. It also requires dedication to meeting the performance standards of the skills themselves.
|Terms:||Term 1: September – November; Term 2: January – March; Term 3: April – June|
|Sessions:||20 sessions per term (1 sesson = 60 mins.)|
|Location:||Qatar Women Sports Committee|
|Term Fee:||QAR 1300|
|Registration:||Registrations have to be made online|
|Payment:||You can pay by visiting us at QSports office|
|Note:||Academy days or times may change with prior notice|
Recreational classes cater for both boys and girls from 5-16 years of age. Cricket teaches children coordination, discipline, listening skills as well as gross and fine motor skills. It promotes good health by improving strength, fitness and specific abilities for bowling and throwing, good hand-eye coordination and good ball-handling skills
Starting 9th September 2018
|Groups:||Dates & Times|
|Classes||Fri & Sat: 7:00 am – 12:00 pm|