Planning for Long Term Success
The Long Term Athlete Development Model for Cricket
Obtained from the ECB website at www.ecb.co.uk.
This publication - which can be download below in full colour as a PDF file - is intended as a guide for coaches, managers, administrators, parents, teachers and others who play a part in the development of young cricketers.
It should be viewed as a route map which sets out guidelines and provides player development principles using the philosophies of the Long Term Athlete Development model for cricket.
It describes the performance pathway for players at school, club, district, county, regional and national levels and identifies the appropriate programme content for each skill and ability level along a child’s cricketing journey from novice to accomplished performer.
This model provides a framework which all those involved in the development of that individual can use for guidance. It should not be viewed as a rigid set of rules but more as a guiding set of principles which can inform decision making.
The LTAD model for cricket delivers on the ECB’s four strategic key pillars as described in Building Partnerships: Cricket’s Strategic Plan 2005-2009 – from playground to test arena.
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Planning for Long Term Success (2.9 MB)
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