SONY DSCHampton School has excellent cricket facilities and is proud of its cricketing tradition, producing some excellent cricketers over the years.

The School’s current fixture list is strong, with fifteen teams playing against strong opposition. The 1st XI compete in the 50/40 League, National U17 in 40 overs Cup and the National Twenty20 Cup. The junior teams compete in the Middlesex Cup.

The 1st XI tours frequently and visits a range of countries on a biannual basis.

The quality of cricket coaching at Hampton is outstanding with former first class cricketer and ECB label 3 coaches Ami Banerjee and Chris Harrison.

The Head of Cricket is Mr A Banerjee

Pre-Season Cricket Net Sessions

U15A                    Fri 15th April  (2pm -4pm) and Mon 18th April (2-4pm).

U15BC                  Monday 18th April (2-4pm)

U14A                    Fri 15th April 2- 4pm and Monday 18th April (4-5.30pm).

U14BC                 Monday 18th April (4-5.30pm)

U13A                    Friday 15th April (2-4pm) and Mon 18th April 10-11.30pm.

U13BC                 Monday 18th April 10-11.30pm.

U12s                     Wednesday 20th April 4-5.30pm.

THE SPORTS HALL IS AVAILABLE TO USE IF IT RAINS.

 

1XI cricket

A key part of the highly successful cricket programme at Hampton is our Cricket Academy, available to all school cricketers in the Autumn and Spring Terms, and also the one-to-one coaching offered to all boys throughout the year.

The Hampton Cricket Academy

The Hampton Cricket Academy operates in the Autumn Term and aims to help the more advanced cricketers in the school (in any age group) to become significantly better players. It has been a huge success and the progress made by those who have attended has been very much in evidence during the cricket season. Chris Harrison will run the sessions and will work with small groups on specialist skills.

The coaching will involve analysing technique and using video analysis and coaching expertise to improve it.

One to ones

cricket af 2These sessions are the best possible way to improve technique. They are run by Chris Harrison and last about one hour, during which time boys will be videoed and they will then watch and analyse the footage on a lap-top. The images can then be emailed to boys. Boys should sign up for these sessions on the sign-up sheet on the cricket notice board. The responsibility to sign up is solely the player’s and he should be aiming to attend several sessions during the course of this term. When selecting teams in the summer, we look favourably on boys who have made the effort to attend sessions during the winter. Sessions are free of charge.