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What are your coaching camp hours?
10am – 3.30pm.
Is there an extended day option for the coaching camps?
No, however the children can be dropped off from 9.30am.
What happens when it rains on the coaching camps?
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.
Can girls attend your coaching camps?
Absoloutely they can!! Women’s cricket is the fastest growing female sport in England, the camps will provide a great introduction to cricket. If the girls enjoy the sessions we can put you in touch with the women’s and girls section at South Wilts Cricket Club.
What clothing does my child need to wear for the coaching camps?
There is no strict dress code. We do however suggest bringing comfortable sports clothing and trainers or cricket shoes. On the last day of the camps we will play games so those in the hardball group are encouraged to bring white bottoms and top.
What happens for lunch on the coaching camps?
We will have a 1hr break at lunch time. Food is not provided so your child will need to bring a packed lunch. This is their free time to play amongst themselves, it will however be overseen by our coaches.
What equipment will my child need to bring with them on a coaching camp?
If your child is likely to be in the softball or incrediball groups they will not require any equipment, however they are more than welcome to bring what they have. If you are expecting your child to be in the hardball group they will need a helmet and box as a minimum.
What is the age range for the children that attend the coaching camps?
5 to 14 year olds.
What is the age range for those on the senior academies?

Senior – 15 to 20 year olds.
What is your drop off and collection policy?
Game Changers duty of care starts from the moment your child is dropped off. We recommend you drop your child off 15 minutes before the scheduled start time. Every child needs to leave with a parent/guardian unless the parent/guardian notifies the child’s coach.
Can you book random days on the coaching camps?
Yes. There is the option to specify days in the booking process.
What is PitchVision?
Please click here to find out what PitchVision is and how we use it.
Can anyone book onto the Academies?
This is not an open booking. Please contact tom.morton@gamechangerscoaching.com beforehand.
How is Game Changers linked to South Wilts CC?
Game Changers is the coaching arm of South Wilts CC. We work together on a number of initiatives to increase participation and develop the skills of young performers. To work with Game Changers at your club, school, facility or university please get in contact.
How do I pay?
We prefer to remain cashless. You can either pay online through our payment system called “Stripe”. Or you can pay by card when you drop your child off. Neither online payment option comes at an extra cost.
What payment system do we use?
We use Stripe. This is a multinational payment system, which is secure and free for you to use. For more information click the link below. www.stripe.com/about
I would rather not pay online can I still book on?
As long as we know in advance this is fine. You can get in touch through the contact page. However we would encourage you to book online, this will give us the relevant information to activate a PitchVision membership for your child and enable online feedback.
What are your coaching camp hours?
10am – 3.30pm.
Is there an extended day option for the coaching camps?
No, however the children can be dropped off from 9.30am.
What happens when it rains on the coaching camps?
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.
Can girls attend your coaching camps?
Absoloutely they can!! Women’s cricket is the fastest growing female sport in England, the camps will provide a great introduction to cricket. If the girls enjoy the sessions we can put you in touch with the women’s and girls section at South Wilts Cricket Club.
What clothing does my child need to wear for the coaching camps?
There is no strict dress code. We do however suggest bringing comfortable sports clothing and trainers or cricket shoes. On the last day of the camps we will play games so those in the hardball group are encouraged to bring white bottoms and top.
What happens for lunch on the coaching camps?
We will have a 1hr break at lunch time. Food is not provided so your child will need to bring a packed lunch. This is their free time to play amongst themselves, it will however be overseen by our coaches.
What equipment will my child need to bring with them on a coaching camp?
If your child is likely to be in the softball or incrediball groups they will not require any equipment, however they are more than welcome to bring what they have. If you are expecting your child to be in the hardball group they will need a helmet and box as a minimum.
What is the age range for the children that attend the coaching camps?
5 to 14 year olds.
What is the age range for those on the senior academies?

Senior – 15 to 20 year olds.
What is your drop off and collection policy?
Game Changers duty of care starts from the moment your child is dropped off. We recommend you drop your child off 15 minutes before the scheduled start time. Every child needs to leave with a parent/guardian unless the parent/guardian notifies the child’s coach.
Can you book random days on the coaching camps?
Yes. There is the option to specify days in the booking process.
What is PitchVision?
Please click here to find out what PitchVision is and how we use it.
Can anyone book onto the Academies?
This is not an open booking. Please contact tom.morton@gamechangerscoaching.com beforehand.
How is Game Changers linked to South Wilts CC?
Game Changers is the coaching arm of South Wilts CC. We work together on a number of initiatives to increase participation and develop the skills of young performers. To work with Game Changers at your club, school, facility or university please get in contact.
How do I pay?
We prefer to remain cashless. You can either pay online through our payment system called “Stripe”. Or you can pay by card when you drop your child off. Neither online payment option comes at an extra cost.
What payment system do we use?
We use Stripe. This is a multinational payment system, which is secure and free for you to use. For more information click the link below. www.stripe.com/about
I would rather not pay online can I still book on?
As long as we know in advance this is fine. You can get in touch through the contact page. However we would encourage you to book online, this will give us the relevant information to activate a PitchVision membership for your child and enable online feedback.