Frequently Asked Questions

The Sunday Coaching Club runs from 10 am to 12 noon on Sundays. The holiday courses run from 10 am to 4.30 pm. There is an extended day option from 8.30 am until 5 pm for an addition charge of £10 per child per day.

If you wish to apply for the extended day option, please book your course and pay for the standard course (10am-4.30pm) then to Book the Extended Day option (8.30am to 5pm), please click here https://webcollect.org.uk/ecc/event/ext-extended-stay-2017 .

We never cancel our sessions and will always look after the children for the whole duration of the course hours. We endeavour to keep the children out and playing as much as possible, so often continue through showers and light drizzle. On the occasions we have to take the children off the ground for health and safety reasons, we bring them into our lovely pavilion, where we look to entertain them with children’s DVDs, cricket on the TV, quiz’s and some cricket theory for the slightly older ones. In our experience of running these courses, we never get stuck inside for too long.
Our courses are designed in such a way to cater for all abilities, and we positively encourage the attendance of girls. We also have strong links with Ealing CC in actively getting girls to take up the game seriously.

Ealing CC currently runs teams for Under 11 Girls, Under 13 Girls and Under 15 Girls and are also the holders of The Middlesex Women’s Championship Trophy – the Ealing Ladies’ team were the winners of the very first Championship competition.

We have no strict dress code for our courses; we do however recommend that you dress your child in sports clothing to match the weather forecast insuring they have comfortable footwear.
We do not provide lunches. We recommend either sending your child along with a packed lunch, or there is a tuck shop that sells sandwiches, chips, toasties, drinks etc.
If you child is booked to do soft ball cricket, then we will provide all the equipment they will need. Any child booked on to do incrediball cricket or hardball cricket, will require as a minimum a box and helmet. These pieces of kit are very personal and for complete safety a secure fit is essential.
We accept children from the age of 5-14 years of age for holiday courses. For more able cricketers between the ages of 11-16 years we will run Masterclasses in the summer holidays covering include batting, spin bowling, seam bowling and ‘wicket-keeping and fielding’.
Any equipment or clothing, found left at the end of each day, will get placed in two huge green plastic boxes within the ground.
Yes, we do provide individual coaching sessions. For further details please click on the One-to-One tab in the main menu at the top of this page.
To book your child onto one of our many coaching activities, please go to the courses where you will find our forms. Complete the booking form online to secure your child a place on your chosen course. If you wish to apply for the extended day, please book your course and pay for the standard course (10am – 4.30pm) then to Book the Extended Day option (8.30am – 5pm), please click here https://webcollect.org.uk/ecc/event/ext-extended-stay-2017

The parking restrictions are from 9 am – 10 am and from 3 – 4 pm. However you get 30 minutes free, this means if you turn up at 9 am you can park till 9.30 am.
Premier Cricket Coaching’s duty of care for your child starts from the moment you enter Ealing Cricket Clubs grounds. We start at 10 am; however we have no problem with dropping your child off for some free play, 15 minutes before the start. Our coaching staff will be on hand to supervise from 9:30 am. Come 4:30 pm and the end of our day, we ensure that every child leaves the ground with a parent/guardian. If you wish to collect your child early, we just ask to make their team leader aware and if you want for them to travel home alone, then send us either an email or send your child with a note.
We are more than happy for you to book your child on to the odd days (subject to availability), as we are aware people cannot always commit to the full four days of our courses. The prices for different days are all stated on our course forms.
These classes are designed to give specialist professional coaching for more able cricketers between the ages of 11-16 years. They are taught by specialist coaches who have a vast experience in the disciplines of cricket. The classes are smaller and the coaching is more intense. Areas covered include batting, spin bowling, seam bowling and ‘wicket-keeping and fielding’. The sessions are design to keep numbers low in order the maximum the development of those on the course, so book early to avoid any disappointment.
If you are 11-16 years and of hard ball standard then you are welcome to book a Masterclass as well as a holiday course. Any child booked on to do a Masterclass will require full equipment and must be comfortable training with a hard ball.