10 months ago
Last edited at 5:29AM on 2/17/2013
Well I imagine they would be quite similar to the steps to becoming a golfer, or soccer player. Normally golfers practise most days, get a job at their gold club, and are given a mentor to help them. They have to take exams and learn things golf-related (business, plus the physics side of golfing). Plus win heaps of tournaments.
Considering golf is a solo sport, and cricketing is a team sport, the avenue might be a bit more like soccer. I think you would need to impress scouts that come along to watch A grade games. So if you aren't already in A grade, get there. Scouts come to games to look for promising players. so if you show that not only are you good, but you work effectively as part of a team, then they might ask you to join one of the better teams. Then from the better teams scouts might come to watch the games, and chose you to join an even better team. Then you'll end up as part of the A grade nationals team. So it basically has to be everything you do. If you want it as a career, then you're basically going to have to breathe cricket- well, if you want to make any money from it anyways.
i have not under stood your question-if you mean how to be a cricketer then in the first place you should have a liking for the game good and healthy body since it is tiresome game causing lot of fatigue.you should join a club where it taught in a professional manner..watch the game in t v channels and follow the advise given by experts-all the best