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Cricket Experience
  Upcoming Tours
Eng. U19 Tour of Ind.
Lancashire U15 Tour of India,
Training by
Overseas Coaches
Get to know more about Indian
playing condition.

More than cricket GCS has a wealth of experience in organising.

Running high performance camps and tours world wide. Global Cricket School gives an opportunity to every cricketer to develop their talent by providing world class facilities and unique cricketing experiences.
Get sessions on Spin bowling and batting
from Ex-Indian Players.
  Training session videos

Andrew Strauss

Vinay Dandekar

Chris Taylor

Kiran More

Richard Dawson

Umesh Patwal

Tom Maynard

Eoin Morgan

Jos Butler

David Graveney

Moeen Ali
Game time with a cream of upcoming cricketing talent

Game time with a cream of upcoming cricketing talent

Global Cricket School have been pioneers in running overseas high performance programs with the cream of upcoming talent in world cricket. World class facility,experienced skill set of coaches with international experienceis the hallmark of Global Cricket School's ethios.

Global Cricket School, an initiative founded and promoted by Sachin Bajaj in June 2007 aims at providing a holistic cricketing EXPERIENCE that helps cricketers gain the competitive advantage. The facility aims at providing exposure to the vast cricketing fraternity traversing different continent and skill sets. With programs designed for each segment of the audience be it enhancing first class cricket, club cricket, amateur cricket or even upgrading coaching skills, the focus at GCS is to deliver potential cricket and sports stars to the world. Our guiding principle and mission is to provide Mass Cricket Development through cross-cultural training and experience.
  • To provide a holistic cricketing experience that helps budding cricketers gain the competitive advantage.
  • Across different continents and different skill sets, Global Cricket School will provide exposure to world-class facilities and quality coaches.
  • The focus at Global Cricket School would be to go beyond the jargon and deliver potential cricket stars.
  • MASS CRICKET DEVELOPMENT will be the guiding principle at all Global Cricket School centers.
  1. Australian cricket experience
  2. County pre-season tours
  3. County academy tours
  4. School tours
  5. School high performance programs
  6. Domestic coaching

Sachin Bajaj

Shailesh Bharadwaj

Shailesh Kahar

Armed with a burning desire to make a contribution to a sport that is a religion in India, Sachin Bajaj started with an honorary role for development of the game at the Cricket Club of India, an association that lasted 17 years. He then moved to Modi Entertainment Network as a consultant. Manager operations Kings XI Punjab,Vice president of Greater Bombay Badminton Association, Council member of Maharashtra State Lawn Tennis Association. An interesting stint with Sporting Frontiers in 2001 also saw him bring on board the sports affairs of 2 cricket heavy weights – Harbhajan Singh and VVS Laxman.
I have heard a great deal about the Global Cricket School.I am encouraged that places like this exist to impart knowledge to serious cricketers as well as techniques to aspiring ones.I have seen the facilities at both the Cricketer’s Club of India and Mohali and I am impressed. Good luck to Sachin Bajaj and the Team at the Global Cricket School.Best wishes!
GCS has a wealth of experience in organising and running training camps and tours all over the world. Global Cricket School gives an opportunity to every person to explore their talent. GCS provides fantastic facilities and it has good experience bowlers of high standards.
   Coaches Associated with Global Cricket School

Phil Simmons | Former West Indian cricketer

Phil Simmons was an explosive Trinidadian all rounder. His one Test hundred came against tough opposition at Melbourne in 1992-93, but he made four other fifties from his 26 starts, most of them as opener.He was appointed Ireland's head coach after the 2007 World Cup. His time coaching Ireland propelled the country to new heights.

Brad Murphy | Former KKR assistant coach

Brad Murphy an ex Kolkata Knight Riders’ assistant coach from Australia.His training aims to provide exposure to the vast cricketing fraternity and instilling certain skill sets.

Mohammad Azharuddin | Former Indian cricketer

This former India captain has played over 90 test matches for India. He was a prolific batsman and still holds the world record for scoring three consecutive hundreds in the first three test matches of his career

Phil Jacques | Former Australian cricketer

He is a left-handed opening batsman who has played first-class cricket for New South Wales,Northamptonshire,and Worecestershire, as well as international cricket for Australia.

Stuart MacGill | Former Australian Cricketer

who played 44 Tests and 3 ODIs. He is a right-arm leg-spin bowler, who has been credited with having the best strike rate of any modern leg-spin bowler.

Mark Garaway | Former English cricketer

Garaway was a right-handed batsman who played primarily as a wicketkeeper. Garaway is currently the director of cricket for Cricket At Millfield School. Along with assistant coaches Dan Helesfay, Matt Thompson and Jack Moore.

Nilesh Kulkarni | Former Indian cricketer

The only Indian bowler, and the twelfth bowler in the history of the game, to took the wicket of his very first delivery in Test cricket. Kulkarni has spent all his first-class career with Mumbai taking over 300 wickets with best figures of 7/60 against Andhra in 2004. Kulkarni played for Old Hamptonians CC in the Surrey Championship in the UK during the 2007 and 2008 seasons.

Sairaj Bhahutule | Former Indian cricketer

Sairaj Bahutule is a former Indian cricketer. He is an allrounder who specializes in leg spin bowling. He played domestic cricket for Mumbai and later on with Vidarbha. In June 2014, he was appointed the coach of the Kerala cricket team. In July 2015 he was appointed coach of the Bengal cricket team.

Ramesh Powar | Former Indian cricketer

He is a former off spinner who played for the Indian ODI team. Powar was selected in 2000 for the first intake of the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore. Ramesh Powar has been a consistent performer in domestic cricket for the last four seasons, and was crucial to Mumbai's Ranji Trophy success in the 2002-03 season.

Amol Majumdar | Former Indian cricketer

Amol Muzumdar is an Indian cricketer, domestically, having previously played for Mumbai and Assam. He is primarily a right-handed batsman. Muzumdar holds the world record for the highest-ever score by a player on his first-class debut. He held the record for the most runs scored in the Ranji Trophy. India's premier domestic first-class cricket competition.

Sameer Dighe | Former Indian cricketer

He is a right-handed batsman and a wicket-keeper. Served as a Head coach of Hong Kong at the 2007 ICC World Cricket League Division Three. He was coach of Tripura Cricket Team from 2006 to 2008 as well as fielding coach of Mumbai Indians during 2008 Indian Premier League.

Hrisikesh Kanetkar | Former Indian cricketer

He played tests and ODIs. In 2011, Kanitkar was appointed as assistant coach of Kochi Tuskers Kerala. Kanitkar was named as head coach of Goa Cricket Team for 2015-16 season
I have heard a great deal about the Global Cricket School.I am encouraged that places like this exist to impart knowledge to serious cricketers as well as techniques to aspiring ones.I have seen the facilities at both the Cricketer’s Club of India and Mohali and I am impressed. Good luck to Sachin Bajaj and the Team at the Global Cricket School.Best wishes!

Brett Lee
Australian Fast Bowler
The most unique thing about GCS is for guys who did not have the opportunity to come and play in India before, to come to the sub-continent and play in a good environment, with good facilities, good number of net bowlers, it is really well organised. Sachin Bajaj will go out of the way to make sure you are comfortable, happy and every need you might have is looked after.

Andrew Strauss
Captain, England Cricket Team
The Global Cricket School was a fantastic experience for me to learn more about the game of cricket as a whole, the art of bowling spin and more about myself as a person and a cricketer. Umesh is a fantastic coach who has an amazing ability to keep things simple but also to challenge your thinking and the status quo. I thoroughly enjoyed my time at the GCS and within 10 days I managed to learn a huge amount and develop greatly as a player. I would recommend the experience to everyone!

Vikram Banerjee
Gloucestershire CCC
I have been fortunate enough to have visited India in a coaching capacity three time in the last twelve months. On each occasion the Global Cricket School has looked after my stay with everything being carried out to the highest of standards. My players (Ireland and Leinster U’19’s) have benefited greatly from playing / practising in the sub continent conditions and the trips have assisted their development as players hugely. I am currently planning to send more young cricketers from Ireland to team up with the Global Cricket School in 2009

Brian O’Rourke
Leinster/Cricket Ireland
We look for people who can help us to organize a program in India and Sachin Bajaj has organized our trip very very well Through the England & Wales Cricket Board. Our players like Andrew Strauss, Eion Morgan & Matt Prior have benefited their time stay in india which has helped them to prepare for the series ahead with Pakistan. Playing in India is a very hard thing to do. As a player if you come to the sub-continent and do well you feel complete as a player because you are going out of your natural environment & that’s why ¡ feel coming to Global cricket School is a great experience for our young players.

Graham Thorpe
Lead Batting Coach, England
We have been associated with the Global Cricket School now for a number of years and highly recommend the service and experience they provide. They have already delivered coaching programmes for our professional players Geraint Jones, James Tredwell, Darren Stevens, Robert Ferley and Paul Dixey as well as a number of our Academy scholars. We have experienced excellent facilities and coaching for winter and spring development training as well as pre season preparation. The facilities offer comfortable accommodation, restaurants, top quality turf practice wickets and other facilities such as swimming, squash and fitness activities. For any aspiring cricketer looking to develop their game this is a wonderful opportunity to experience and learn about the sub continent approach to cricket and in particular the way they coach and the methods they use.

Simon Willis
Professional Cricket Manager, Kent CCC
I have sent some of my players to a number of camps run by Sachin Bajaj in both Mumbai and Mohali. He has always been very well organized and my players have gained a great deal from them. I can confirm that it is likely that I will use Sachin again so that they can gain valuable experience abroad, particularly at the Cricket Club of India (CCI) in Mumbai.

Martyn Moxon
Director of Professional Cricket, Yorkshire CCC
The England Performance Programme has been able to call upon the services of the Global Cricket School, in the guise of Sachin, Umesh and Dipal, on a number of occasions over the past 12 months. We relied heavily upon the local knowledge, liaison and assistance which GCS afforded us in establishing and running our Performance Camp in Mohali and Chennai in November / December 2007 and again called upon their services in supporting the England Lions participation in the Duleep Trophy in February 2008. Once again, we will be holding a Performance Camp in India in November / December 2008 for many of England’s brightest young players. The support which we are given in all areas has been ever willing and available and of the highest quality. We remain most grateful.

David Parsons
Performance Director, ECB
ICC Europe’s experience with the Global Cricket School commenced several years ago with a number of individual and ICC European member country visits having now taken place. The highlight so far has been the European Academy visit to Mumbai in 2008. Our academy squad was based at the CCI for 10 days where the players were put through a demanding programme by the ICC Europe and GCS coaching teams. Since returning from India a significant number of our academy players have established themselves as senior national team cricketers for their countries. The GCS has created an environment in Mumbai which provides elite players with the opportunity to develop and nurture their skills at a wonderful venue. All the European players that attended will have benefited from their experiences in India.

Philip Hudson
ICC Regional Performance Officer – Europe
It is testimony in itself of the quality of the Global Cricket School that Somerset County Cricket Club have returned for a third consecutive year to Mumbai to undertake the Spin Clinic. Each year a number of senior, accompanied by Academy, players have developed their batting against spin, in conditions that can’t be replicated at home. We have a philosophy that you always train harder than the real thing, so the real thing is easily achievable. GCS offers us that training environment. Together with the conditions, the bowlers and the experienced coaches players have reaped the rewards. I, as head Coach, am extremely keen to not only develop the life skills and experiences of players but to open their minds to challenging practices and individual developments.

Andy Hurry
Somerset Head Coach
The thing for me is the opportunity to have very good facilities and practice in sub continent conditions. GCS provides plenty of experienced net bowlers which are brilliant. You can come and work as hard as you want. It’s a perfect scenario, perfect place for whatever level your playing whether it is International level or just starting, this is where majority cricket is happening

Matt Prior
Wicket-Keeper England Cricket Team
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