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The Bears' commitment to the development of young stars is still strong, but the continuing high standards of club cricket in the West Midlands also contributes its fair share in the progression of players both on and off the pitch.
The Bears have a long history of encouraging grassroots cricketing talent from within the confines of the West Midlands, but the tougher inner city districts of Birmingham and the Black Country have remained largely untouched.
"We have a fantastic parks league but there's a long waiting list of teams wanting to take part and this is a real difficulty for many teams.
Kent born McCabe said staff at the county had developed various street games and forms of the sport where young people can hone their skills and gain their first taste of the game while still under the shadow of Spaghetti Junction and the M6.
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"Some clubs are thriving but there are others that are struggling for one reason or another.
"There are such long waiting lists for pitches. In this country you cannot find games going on whenever there's an open space like it is in the sub continent.
"Cricket has also been overshadowed by football but at Warwickshire we are keen to develop cricket among the city's youngsters."
Promising young players like Aston's Recardo Gordon and Ateeq Javed have already made their mark for the Bears, while players like Moeen Ali and Richard Johnson have gone on to gain recognition with Worcestershire and Derbyshire respectively.
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He praised the work of local clubs Aston Manor and Walmley in the advancement of Chris Woakes to international level.
"In places like Nechells, Aston, Sparkhill and Handsworth we are actively encouraging people to play the game by expanding our community schemes," he said.
"The standard of club games and the competitive edge of the Birmingham League is so high. Club cricket is so important to the future of game because it is important for it to thrive from village to international level."
He said: "There are so many kids in this city who could become fantastic sportsmen.
However, the Bears development chief said a previous lack of club facilities made it difficult for many youngsters to take part in competitive cricket.
"It is really challenging but Warwickshire is trying its best to do something about it," he said.
However, the county's cricket development manager Ed McCabe hopes the Woakes effect will encourage more people to take up the game and eventually rival football as the dominant sport in the inner city neighbourhoods.
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"The club environment is so important for a young person's development.
The elevation of Warwickshire's Chris Woakes to the England line up for the Fifth Ashes Test should act as an inspiration to many youngsters in the city, according to the man responsible for developing the game in the region.
McCabe, who helped nurture the career of Woakes when the England all rounder was just 12 years old, is confident that cricket will eventually shine and bring new talent into the game.
"There are many ways we are trying to get young people involved, including street games where the game is played without the traditional wickets and hard ball."
"We need pitches and equipment and these are not cheap.
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"To get to the top it's so important to play club cricket and Warwickshire is doing its best to arrange this for the most talented youngsters," he added.
"But there is a serious lack of facilities in some areas.
"It helps a player get used to a team set up and offers match experience, which is invaluable. The clubs also help develop a player as a person which is essential if they are to stay grounded and capitalise on their talents," added McCabe.
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