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High Performance

Indoor Cricket Academy

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Based in South Australia, the High Performance Indoor Cricket Academy provides Elite level Coaching to Players, Squads and Coaching Staff.  The Academy Head Coach is John Lonergan, the most successful Open Mens State Indoor Cricket Coach in South Australia in the past 30 years.  With a range of various programs from 1:1 to entire Squads, Male and Female, and ages 10 upwards, everyone looking to improve both their physical and mental Indoor Cricket games in the hope of achieving Representative honours will find a program for them.  You can also choose to receive a Summary Report outlining the activities, discussions and recommendations for players, squads and coaches to build on what the Indoor Cricket Academy has provided. 

Indoor Cricket Academy Programs
1 to 1 Indoor Cricket Coaching



Whether you want a single session to get some tips and ideas to improve your game, or a series of sessions to prepare yourself for an upcoming Finals campaign or Nationals Tournament.

John will use his skills to analyse your batting, bowling and fielding technique, and offer advice based on 20+ years of playing and coaching at a National Level.  

A key aspect of John's sessions is discusisng the Mental Performance side of your game.  How do you prepare, what are your plans and strategies, how do you cope during a game when things don't go right?  This is an extremely important aspect that is too often missed by most coaches.  

Acceleration Advice



Attendance at a Team/Squad Training/Game by the Academy Coach to observe and provide input on player observations, improvement drills, team design.  The session is held at your regular venue for Squad training. 

If you have a Local, Superleague, Big Bash or State Squad that could benefit from some High Performance analysis and coaching guidance, contact us at:

John Lonergan

Ph: 0413 319 044


“John your coaching has given our daughter courage, resilience and self belief as well as some enhanced cricket skills. As a Mum I was very proud of her at the tournament, but more importantly she was proud of herself.”

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