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Peter Wellings

Founder of Coaching Cricket Excellence


After gaining an Honours Degree in Leisure Management, Peter travelled through the club cricket route to join Middlesex CCC whom he trialled with in 1995 then signed professional terms for the 1996/97 seasons.

After retiring from First Class Cricket, he set up 'Coaching Cricket Excellence' with the aim of providing top quality cricket coaching to both children and adults of all ages and abilities.

Peter’s involvement with top class representative cricket continued and he captained the Minor Counties U25 XI, Middlesex Cricket Board and Middlesex League representative sides and also represented the England Amateur XI on eight occasions.

Peter’s coaching CV includes:
- Head Coach of the British Army Cricket Team 1998-2000
- Head Coach UK Combined Services Cricket 1998-2000
- Overseas Director Of Cricket East Bay Youth Cricket Association, California, USA (Current)
- Overseas Player & Coaching Consultant Coronation CC, South Africa (Current)
- Head Coach Ealing CC Academy, west London 2003-2012
- Director Of Cricket DPS Rewari School, Haryana, India (Current)
- Coaching Consultant Richmond CC, west London (Current)

Peter is now an ECB Level III coach running cricket coaching activities in the UK and all over the world. He speaks competent Hindi, Urdu, French and Afrikaans. Peter has coached in over 10 different countries including India, the United States, France, Australia, Barbados, South Africa and Uganda and he believes passionately that cricket can be the catalyst to develop not only a person's sporting ability but also their character:

"Cricket is a way of life for me. Whether I'm running projects in England or India I've seen the benefit that playing cricket can give, especially to children. Cricket's values are founded on honesty, integrity and respect and whether you’re a total beginner aged 4 or a professional player it always has something to teach you about sport and life."