Putting your best foot forward
Coverdrive.NL provides specialised learning cricket programs for schools, clubs and for company team -building and strategy days. Ours program applys the principles of sport psychologist Dr Stan Beecham's (Elite MInds) that development can best be approached through a mindset focused on consistently 'being at your best' rather than focussed on 'aiming to become better'' . Cricket is therefore the means in helping to facilitating this 'mind shift' from Better to Best.
Schools - cricket clinics
Clubs - skills testing
Most of our experienced coaches are involved as regular club coaches at different clubs and are also availabel to conduct special one off team building or skills measurement testing, to conduct special theme focuses training days ( power-hitting, playing spin , fielding excellence, target bowling etc)
Companies - team outings
Private Coaching -
Player Profile Model
Do you want to take your game to the next level ? Our accredited coaches have international playing and coaching experience. We believe that cricket is an individual sport in a team context . We train and develop individuals, in reference to several distinctive 'Player Profiles Models' . Feel free to contact us for more information.
The best known unknown sport in The Netherlands
Although cricket is one of the world's most popular sports with billions of followers and participants around the world, it is currently a minor sport in the Netherlands. Working together with the sports governing authority in the country , the KNCB, as well as other like minded academies, our driving motivation is to raise the profile and level of participation in the sport in the Netherlands.
The cover drive in cricket is the act of stroking the ball through the covers with well-timed wristwork and conventional movement of the front foot toward the pitch of a delivery aimed at or outside the off stump. The cover drive is considered one of the most graceful shots playable in the sport.
Nicholas Hogg. On beauty: Yes, it matters in cricket. But what is it? The Cricket Monthly.