Cricket at Malvern: a strong fixture list with notable block fixtures against Shrewsbury, Repton, Oundle and Clifton.
Malvern runs nine teams: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, U15 AB&C, U14AB&C
The 1st XI has an annual fixture against Wellington, Harrow and new in 2012, a two day game against Bradfield.
The 1st XI take part in a festival with Rugby, Blundells and Downside.
Winter nets start in the Lent term and involve a two hour session each Sunday.
One-to-One coaching for our sports scholars and those in the XI squad is given throughout the Lent term. This involves one hour individual sessions with either the Master in Charge or Cricket Professional. Individual training programmes are also tailored to help improve performance.
Specialist coaches are invited in to take sessions, these have included Graham Hick (England and Worcestershire CCC), Chris Taylor (Gloucestershire CCC and England Lions Fielding coach and Mat Mason (Worcestershire CCC and Worcestershire CCC bowling coach).
Tours abroad are organised every three to four years.
Two Cricket scholarships are available – The Malvern Academy Scholarship and The Chesterton award.
Malvern has strong links with Worcestershire CCC, with many of our cricket scholars involved with either the Worcestershire Academy Programme or Emerging Players Programmes.
The training programme with the Academy and EPP is extensive involving nets, nutrition, fitness and lectures. We, the College, work closely with the county to make sure the boys are getting the right balance between their Cricket and academic work.
We also have boys who are involved with other counties (Gloucestershire and Hereford) and the College makes sure these boys are getting the correct amount of Cricket through One-to-Ones coaching seminars and nets.
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Master i/c Cricket : Mark Hardinges
I played for Gloucestershire County Cricket club from 1999 till 2008 playing 96 list A games and 50 First class games. In 2009 I was offered a short contract with Essex for their 20/20 campaign. I was fortunate to play in the era when Gloucestershire were known as the one day kings and I played in a Natwest Trophy final at Lords and a 20/20 final against Kent. Since leaving the game I became a teacher of Economics at Malvern College, taking over as Master i/c of Cricket in 2010.
Head Coach: Noel Brett
I have now completed my second season at Malvern College and am excited to be part of an excellent team of experienced staff. I have been coaching cricket for twenty years and I am a level three qualified coach, having previously worked at Wellington College for the last ten years and junior Surrey County squads before that. My playing career consisted of representing Surrey Second and Board elevens.