Who Are Cricket Mentoring?
We are Perth-based cricket coaches and mentors that help individuals (cricketers, coaches, and parents) and groups (clubs, schools and academies) around the world develop themselves in all of ‘The 6 Pillars of Success’.
With nearly half a million followers across our social media channels, we’ve become the world’s leading cricket coaching and mentoring brand through our deep knowledge of the game and the mental skills athletes require to perform at their best consistently.
As mentors, we are on a never ending journey to grow and aim to be excellent role models for our students/athletes. We are driven to always learn and increase our knowledge and then strive to pass on everything we know so our athletes can improve their skills & mindset and ultimately live their best life.
Our mentors have played at an elite level, and understand the game well and what’s required to be successful but most importantly we love the game and are passionate about others learn and develop themselves on and off the field.
Since launching Cricket Mentoring (CM) in August 2016, we’ve become the global leader in coaching and mentoring committed cricketers and coaches around the world.
In this time, we’ve worked with International stars such as Josh Philippe (AUS), Darcy Short (AUS), Tom Banton (ENG), SAm Robson (ENG), Shan Masood (PAK) & Taniya Bhatia (IND).
Scolls is also currently coaching and mentoring many professionals and future stars including Jon Wells (Adelaide Strikers), Jake Weatherald (South Australia), Sam Fanning (Western Australia), Georgia Wyllie (WA), Molly Healy (WA) & Teague Wyllie (WA), who recently starred for the Australian under 19 team at the ICC under 19 World Cup and was selected as an opening batter in the Team of the Tournament.
(Click on the image below to read about Teague & Scolls relationship).
[Click here to hear a radio interview where Teague mentions the impact Scolls has had on his career thus far]
Our social following of almost half a million, has been built on the back of our focus on the mental and emotional skills needed for any athlete to consistently perform at their best.
Regardless of the sport, I believe the most successful athletes are:
- Always striving to improve (their skills and themselves)
- Able to perform close to their best more consistently than those less successful (who are inconsistent)
At Cricket Mentoring, we aim to help athletes improve from week to week while also giving them the tools & know-how to understand how to perform at their best when it counts (under ‘pressure’ and in big games).
We do this by focusing on developing the athletes we work with in all of the 6 Pillars of Success.