Tuesday, 24 September 2019

Meeting 9 October 2019 - Nathan Leamon

A fascinating start to 2019/20 with Nathan Leamon, arguably 'one of the most significant figures in [modern] cricket'. As England performance analyst since 2009, and author of the free CricViz analytical software used by players, coaches and broadcasters alike, Nathan is at the heart of a data revolution. Yet despite his Twitter handle - https://twitter.com/Numb3z - Nathan is no mere numbers man, arguing that the wise use of data should enhance not replace human decision-making. 

Join Nathan to go behind the scenes of England's 50-over and T20 World Cup victories, Test and Ashes battles and much, much more. 

Watch here as he busts five top cricket myths. 

And read his prize-nominated first novel The Test - a pacy, humorous and candid tale set in the England dressing-room, as stand-in captain James McCall tries to get his exhausted team across the line in the deciding Ashes Test.

Reviewed by: Tim Wigmore - here; Paul Edwards - here

Signed copies available; event price - £5 (r.r.p. £8.99)

Everyone welcome - no dress code, no formalities, just great cricket chat! 

£15 a year / £5 a meeting 

Venue: Brewery Bar, King William IV, Hallgate, Cottingham HU16 4BD, 7.45pm

Map: here 

Raffle: top prizes monthly - including 3 pairs of YCCC match ticket vouchers 

E: ercsoc@gmail.com / T: 01482 861848

9 October: Nathan Leamon, England performance analyst; author of CricViz software, The Test and Hitting against the Spin: How Cricket Really Works
13 November: Derek Pringle, ex England & Essex CCC all-rounder; journalist and author of Pushing the Boundaries: Cricket in the Eighties
11 December: Steve Kirby, ex Yorkshire CCC paceman, MCC Head Coach; now Derbyshire CCC Assistant Coach
8 January: Richard Pyrah, Yorkshire CCC; ex all-rounder, now Assistant Coach 
12 February: Jonathan Doidge, BBC Radio; Yorkshire CCC ball-by-ball commentator
11 March: John Barclay, ex Sussex CCC opener & captain; MCC President 2009/10; President, Cricket Society & English Schools Cricket Association; Director of Cricket & Coaching, Arundel Castle Cricket Foundation 

Pat Murphy entertains - February 2019