FEW COMMENTS MADE BY
THE CRICKETING EXPERTS.
“The inexperienced School Boy Cricketer, the semi experienced club cricketer even the much experienced Test Cricket, as well as those involved with Cricket Training at all levels and even the Cricket Enthusiasts, are certain to find this Manual Indispensable.”
“It identifies hundreds of common errors, mistakes and negative factors and provides remedial measures and forethought to overcome them, by conditioning not only your body but also your mind, to bring
the best out of you”.
“A totally different, high quality book. It is an excellent investment to increase the essential practical knowledge, on all aspects of the game.”
“Covers all areas required by active coaches and players, which are not available in any regular coaching manuals.”
"It's an excellent production and full of good advice on every aspect of this multi-faceted game. It seems to have achieved its objectives
"It is easy to read and review and is full of very helpful hints".
Dr. Cameron Battersby.
[ Manager Australian National Cricket Team (1991 1999) ].
"Many people will find it a most interesting and educational book".
[ Secretary of the M.C.C.]
“The book offers a thinking man's insight into playing cricket and has been well received since its publication. It offers a very interesting perspective on coaching and particularly the
mental approach need to playing our fine game. If you are looking at spending some of your resources budget on coaching books, I would recommend that you consider this book.”
[ ICC Cricket Development Manager.]
“There is always a place for coaching books, of which the most remarkable this year, is a wonderfully comprehensive guide to the game by Ajith Perera. There is much wisdom in this handsome
production that will please and inform coaches and students of the game.”
THE TIMES (LONDON).
[17th December 2001.]
"A true labour of love from one of Sri Lanka’s most venerated cricket authorities and respected umpires.. This exhaustive
study aims to cover every aspect of the game".
The Cricketer. [ November 2001 Page 90.]
“Thinking Cricket is an outstanding achievement It concentrates on the content and never loses sight of what is required, to make a Cricketer in every sense of the word.”
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack - 2001.
“Thinking Cricket is a book that all ambitious young cricketers should read. Coaches will find it a useful tool for classroom sessions as it stimulates thought and encourages
[(Former )Coach, West Indies Cricket Team ]
“No serious cricketing person player, writer or spectator of whatever age or standard should ignore. It’s a book that will provide exceptional insight and pleasure to its readers.”
[Journal of Melbourne CC Australia.]