SINCE 2003

DJ Coaching is a multi-dimensional “no-nonsense” approach that combines coaching correct cricket techniques with lessons and guidance in awareness, attitude, mental toughness and general sporting ethics and application. This method of coaching has proven to be highly successful in preparing young cricketers to achieve at the highest level.

“DJ Coaching is everything that a cricket coaching institution should be – Brilliant facilities coupled with knowledgeable and passionate coaches. Teaching life skills through cricket is also part of the fibre of this highly impressive organisation. I have seen growth in many players that attend sessions at this highly efficient Cricket School. Any parent that feels their child needs extra cricket tuition in a fun and disciplined way should consider DJ Coaching as the preferred choice.”

Niels Momberg – Youth and Tertiary Manager – Cricket South Africa

Coaching Programme

We coach cricketers from ages 5 to 18 years. Coaching sessions are run throughout the year, during private and public school terms. On weekdays from 13h00 to 19h00 and Sundays from 08h00 to 13h00


We offer cricket parties, semi private, one-on-one private sessions, group coaching, and video technical analysis
“The devotion and utter care and commitment to my children and to each and every other child and parent for that matter goes far beyond the boundaries of the correct and done thing, the coaches are the most amazing men , coaches, friends and role models for these young boys.”

DJ Coaching Parent

Adam Bacher
Former National Protea Cricket Player

From the desk of Adam Bacher

It’s hard to remember when I first came across DJ Coaching and all the wonderful coaches that belong to this fantastic coaching initiative. All I know is that when I think of junior cricket in Gauteng there has always been only one group that I think of and that is DJ Coaching.

I remember coaching juniors as a side job when I was out of school on the brink of playing for Transvaal. I can always remember it being a bit of a grind to coach juniors that I battled to relate to at that stage and I don’t think I made it too much fun for them..

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