CLOTHING AND EQUIPMENT
Conventional white cricket clothing and clean, non-marking, rubber-soled footwear must be worn.
Under no circumstances will studded boots or shoes be permitted in the net area.
IMPORTANT – Pupils must bring their own cricket gear, which should include bat, pads, batting gloves, wicket keeping gloves if wicket-keeping instruction is required, a cricket ball which should be in good condition and a abdominal guard.
USE OF HELMETS
ICUSA will strictly recommend that all cricketers should bat or stand up to the stumps when keeping wicket with a helmet (with a faceguard) against a hard ball.
All pupils are to report to the ICUSA.
The Head Coach will give a short briefing at the start of each course and it is important, therefore, that all pupils should be changed and ready to report fifteen minutes before the scheduled starting time on each day of their course.
PUNCTUALITY AND DISCIPLINE
Keenness and enthusiasm are essential in those taking part and in order to achieve the maximum benefit for all concerned it is vital that punctuality and discipline are maintained.
ICUSA reserves the right to dismiss from a course any pupil who proves unwilling to co-operate in the smooth running of the classes.
Water and sports beverage may be purchased ICUSA. Pupils may bring their own.
It is regretted that once payment has been received and the booking confirmed, no refund or credit will be given should the participant, for whatever reason, including injury and illness, be unable to attend the course, or finish the course.
Smoking is not permitted in any part of ICUSA.
Young cricketers are put through their paces on a cricket coaching course at ICUSA
The youngsters will learn about match temperament, the art of fielding, batting, bowling (fast, medium, swing, seam, spin) the tactics of the game, mental toughness and physical fitness.
Indoor matches are played to give students a chance to display the skills they have acquired during the course.