|LOCAL COACH MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN THE COMMUNITY:
Mohammed Arif, 45, has gained much from cricket since taking it up as an inner-city Birmingham schoolboy playing in parks in the 1980s. 3 decades on, he’s still involved in the game and having followed the coaching pathway as a club, community and now county coach he is still giving back.
Mohammed always aims to provide young people with enjoyment and encouragement during his sessions and believes that cricket is for all, whether it’s a county session or playing tape ball in the parks or MUGAS across Birmingham.
In this article Mohammed talks about his journey as a coach and how his philosophy has developed ove time.
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