It was a day of giving back and ensuring the legacy of the ICC under-19 Cricket World Cup Africa Qualifier Division Two continues long after the conclusion of the week’s action. The North West Provincial side conducted a coaching clinic for the tournament’s semi-finalists on Friday at Senwes Park in Potchefstroom, working on basic skills while sharing various experiences of the game with the youngsters. The clinic was divided into four parts, focusing on fielding, bowling, batting and the mental aspect of cricket. The players and coaching staff from Nigeria, Mozambique, Tanzania and Sierra Leone got the opportunity to learn from experienced cricketing minds as they stepped up their preparations ahead of the business end of the competition. This formed as part of ICC Africa’s legacy programme in order to continue to grow and improve the quality of the game on the continent.With the teams rotating between the four drills at hourly intervals, the North West Cricket personnel had sufficient time to share as much knowledge towards the players as possible, working on the players’ batting technique, the bowlers’ body positioning on delivery as well as the fielding do’s and dont’s.