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‒ Behind the
scenes of elite
FORMER Australian player
Mike Hussey was known as
Mr Cricket throughout his career
due to his dedication and the,
sometimes, extreme measures he
took to reach the top.
That moniker and his path to a
Test career of substance at the
tail-end of Australia's dominant
grip on world cricket makes
him the perfect person to write
Winning Edge -- Behind the
scenes of elite cricket.
Hussey straps on the pads and
takes a look at the traps and
pitfalls a player can come across
as they negotiate their way from
junior player to the world stage.
At times revealing, Winning
Edge features, basically, a series
of essays from Hussey, which
details his experiences in key
areas of a sporting career.
Training, fitness, mental
preparation, leadership and
coaching are among
Mr Cricket's topics.
Throughout the book there
are revealing tidbits about the
international cricket scene,
partially sating the outsiders'
innate hunger for inner-sanctum
As ever, though, Mr Cricket is
professional enough to give just
enough information, without
While this release is, essentially,
a cricket book, there are many
elements that transcend sport
and can be used by people in
leadership or even those looking
to grow their own potential.
Throughout, Hussey speaks in a
very forthright manner, but there
are times when his nice-guy
demeanour ensures he sits on the
fence just a little.
The closing chapter seems to sit
halfway between an opinion on
modern coaching techniques and
the old, particularly for children,
and if there is a disappointing
factor about Winning Edge, it is
this deflating ending. That does
not detract immensely, however.
As youngsters, cricketers
of a certain generation read
books such as Greg Chappell's
Cricket Clinic to guarantee
success and, into the future,
Hussey's Winning Edge will be
the next-level book for young
players on the edge of a career
in the sport.
The Gawler Jazz Festival was
launched at the P/A Hotel on Friday
night and ran until Sunday evening,
with performances taking place at
10 locations across town.
At the BLCA game at Lyndoch recently are Darren Green
(left) and Harry Sykes.
PHOTO: Tayla Lamb
Mud-splattered and soaked crossing the ﬁnishing line
at the Miss Muddy Run were LJ Hooker Gawler staﬀ
members Sam Dittmar (left) and Katie Rawkins.
up the Gawler
Jazz Festival on
(left) and Melissa
ABOVE: Chris and Ian Roark enjoying
the sunshine at the Exchange Hotel
on Saturday. PHOTOS: Tayla Lamb
LEFT: Playing at
Hotel for the
Bel and Jake Battista.
ABOVE: Carly Green
and Dominic Fagan.
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