Toby Radford is widely regarded as one of the game’s most respected batting coaches. His impressive CV has seen him work alongside some of the game’s modern greats and they all only have good words to say about Toby’s methods and coaching philosophy. In particular, Toby’s knowledge with regards to the technical aspects of batting is second to none.
Simply email some clips of your batting to Toby for him to review. He will then send you a typed report and the opportunity to chat personally via Skype to offer his thoughts on potential areas for improvement and methods for obtaining them.
“Having had some technical difficulties which I couldn’t figure out on my own, I recorded some clips of my net sessions and sent them across to Toby. Through his knowledge of cricket and my game he was able to to coach me back to a point where my game has just transformed via a Skype call. Toby is extremely knowledgeable and just needs to see a brief clip of a batsman to figure out how to have him playing at an optimal level.”
See Toby pictured right on a Skype call with Kieran Powell.
Please send footage to email@example.com. Cost for video review, written report and 20 minute Skype call is £60.
If you are looking for one to one or group coaching in person with Toby please go to the Batting Coaching page.
They are the Caribbean slogging masters of the cricketing world – boasting some of the best six-hitting players the game has ever seen. But the plaudits for one of the great cricket nation’s recent batting success can now be laid at the door of a Welshman. Toby Radford was snapped up by the West Indies Cricket Board to head up their high performance training centre after the 41-year-old’s work with Middlesex Academy. Now the Caerphilly-born former professional cricketer is the batting coach and assistant coach of the West Indies national team, working alongside head coach and Windies legend Ottis Gibson to craft a side capable of winning the upcoming ICC Champions Trophy. And with the squad now in Cardiff preparing for a warm-up match against Australia this Saturday, Radford has spoken of the journey that took him from Caerphilly to the Caribbean. Read more....
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