David Smith

Complete Cricket Head Coach

David Smith, Head Coach at Complete Cricket Coaching states “My philosophy is to keep coaching simple and enjoy the coaching sessions you are leading, build a mutual respect with the players and understand what makes each individual player work to the best of their ability.” [Read more…]

Jo, Parent

Jamie’s Party: Yesterday was great. Venue ideal, coaches fantastic (many parents commented on how their love of cricket shone through & they’d never seen people running a party enjoy it so much) and kids loved it – all were involved from the first minute to the last.

Thank you very much.


Helen & Darren King, Parents

I don’t know if you remember, but back in 2007 our son, Nathan King, started training with you and Complete Cricket as a teeny-tiny 5 year old, up until we left to come back home to New Zealand in 2009.

We thought we’d let you know how he’s going now. This season he was selected for the Western Bay of Plenty Under 11s rep team. They have recently come back from his first tournament where they played 6 30-over games in 4 days. (In the baking heat too!) His team ended up winning the tournament! [Read more…]

Steve Naisbitt, Parent

Just picking up on your mail below and thought you deserved a ‘thank you’ from our end. Our William has really only been playing cricket for one year and not only does he really enjoy it (and from our parents perspective cricket gives a nice counter-balance to his football) but to have the opportunity to go the trials in October and then to be selected for the training that starts this Sunday is all positive for Will.

Carol Hughes, Dorridge C.C Junior Chairman

In 2009 Dorridge Cricket Club invited Complete Cricket, to assist the club in their Junior Cricket programme for the 2010 season.

Dave worked with the Junior Cricket Committee to plan and prepare for the season, assist with registration of players; organisation of the coaching groups and provision, with the club, of a suitable number of qualified coaches for the season’s training.

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