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Physical Benefits
It is expected that all cricket will give physical results. For example, running between vikings provides the best training. Cricket shares some basic elements with martial arts (or dance and music!). Examples of this are lubrication, change of pace, time, speed, efficiency, and speed of the process. As a result, children can integrate learning from one subject or experience with another to connect common ideas and broaden their perspective on life.
Mental Benefits
Cricket is a great exercise for the mind. Cricketers who work hard to learn the game can't help but improve their observation skills and develop a deep understanding of the process. High-level cricketers need to learn to create a complete book of different variations of shots and bowling, learn to judge and judge the intelligence and character of their opponents, and be able to predict the behavior of the bowlers. Cricketers must learn to use this ability to convince and cajole opponents into making mistakes and to make them feel like they are in control of the match.
Social Benefits
Cricketers often make friends with rivals and meet hundreds of people in domestic, national and international tournaments. Highly skilled athletes will be able to train overseas and compete in prestigious events, including perhaps a future Olympics.

What Will Cricket Do For Your Child?
Palmize discipline, trust and responsibility

Develop coordination, power and decision-making skills

Provides positive interactions with peers and adults

Learn the ability to think logically to overcome a problem

Cricket – The Perfect School Game:
It can be played indoors or outdoors, on a basketball court or paved grass.

This allows the teacher to observe students both as individual participants and as part of a team.

Cricket is enjoyed by all children, not just the bigger, stronger or faster ones. (This trend in groups causes many disgruntled children to avoid active participation. This means that the child is discouraged and shamed by the lack of participation; and it makes it harder for that student to get a fair assessment.)

Cricket rewards patience, technique and intelligence; Progress has very little to do with supreme greatness. This encourages all children to participate and attracts those who are generally dissatisfied.
Cricket is suitable for girls and boys to participate from a young age. Children as young as 5 years old can start learning cricket by participating in the YDP program. Cricket is a non-contact sport and at this age children are played with a soft cricket ball to keep them safe. Cricket is a great way to learn how to work together in a team environment while developing basic physical and mental skills.
Fun For All Ages, And In All Places
Boys and girls of all ages can play cricket socially and competitively. While competitive cricket is mostly played on the oval field, cricket can be played anywhere for fun!