TCA Sports Tours
TCA Sports tours was launched in 2017 as subsidiary of one of the UK’s largest independent Cricket coaching companies. The team have quickly established themselves as one of the best in the business having secured links with some of the worlds best cricket venues and by offering packages that are above and beyond the ‘standard’ tour.
With trained ground handlers who act as both guides and organisers, pre-agreed itineraries that mean you will know well in advance, where and who you are playing & full kit bundles these tailor made tours are guaranteed to be stress free, fun and most of all will create lifelong memories for your players.
All our tours are thoroughly researched before launch with several members of staff visiting new countries and overseas venues every year to add to our offering.
We currently offer a number of packages that can be tailored to your needs. From Barbados with a game at the iconic Kensington Oval and coaching from Desmond Haynes, to the World Class All Inclusive Abhimanyu Cricket Academy in the Foothills of the Himalayas – which is a one of it’s kind venue with an international standard floodlit pitch, indoor and outdoor nets and accommodation and restaurant all within the facility. And finally, Desert Springs in Spain. One of the best warm weather training centres in Europe.
Whether you are looking for a week of pure pre-season training, an international tournament, or a longer trip with games and coaching. TCA Sports tours can build you the ideal, stress free package.
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Barbados 2019 (last few places remaining)
There have been rightly many positive endorsements for the India tour via the What`s app group and I just wanted to add to that with a personal note of thanks to both of you for creating a superb experience for everyone involved. In terms of the event itself, I don’t see how it could have been any better, there was an excellent blend of cultural immersion, cricket and social engagement, and of course the whole tour vibe was made by the people involved – I would say that everyone embraced it in the right spirit and understood that in India there is always going to be a ` random event generator` where anything can happen, not always exactly as expected!
Positives ( lots !!!)
– excellent facility, clean, comfortable accommodation, good standard
– great service, hosting was faultless
– food was great, lots of choice and flexibility, nothing too much trouble
– high quality cricket facility – incredible player comforts (dressing rooms and showers superb)
– good variety of net options – superb open net out in the middle to replicate playing conditions
– high quality opposition and players with whom to integrate
– great cultural and mindset role model as to `what good looks like`
– excellent social / tourist related activities
– memorable ` small but high impact ` spontaneous nice little touches – such as the Tuk Tuk ride, Great India Bar, End of tour party at ACA, birthday cakes for the boys
Dan would definitely want to go back – it is unlikely that this will be practical in the next couple of years anyway but he certainly appreciated India, has made some good contacts at ACA and has already been in touch with them.
The trip was superbly organised and hosted – Vicki did a fantastic job. Everything ran like clockwork and we didn’t need to do anything. The coaching was great and again well organised and the boys responded well to this instead of having to stand about – only negative was that the boys were soundly beaten by the parents which reflected badly on the coaches ability to progress the boys and question the winter sessions 😂😂😂😂
Not sure Barbados can better La Manga ( except the weather) but looking forward to you all trying
Elliot McKnight – La Manga 2018
Just back from the superb India Cricket Tour, organised by the Cricket Asylum……from the first moment to the last it has been an outstanding experience and one I’d wholeheartedly recommended to anyone one interested in developing their cricketing experience but also from a social and cultural point of view.
The Cricket Asylum deserve great credit for putting this on. They sourced a fantastic location/ base and fulfilled in their commitment to give the boys genuine first hand exposure to what ‘India’ and cricket in India is all about.
Exposure to excellent coaching and encouraged mixing across the respective teams was very positive and as valuable as any of the many and varied games the boys played……the whole week was structured to ultimately encourage development and experience of what are unique conditions.
The other massive positive was the whole atmosphere created and encouraged so that a ‘disparate’ group of talented individuals became a team by the end of it all……thanks to Matt & Chris for facilitating this but to the wonderful group of boys who attended!
It’s been a blast!
Tim – India Tour 2018