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What does it take – to play the perfect shot, swing the ball, captain a side, stop a speeding ball, stump the wickets?
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Too much running – the game will take up a lot of energy, so you really don’t need to be expending too much on the warm up.Not having fun – you want to be relaxed before playing, so introduce a game that the players like and can have a bit of a laugh with before the serious stuff begins.
How to Outsmart the Bowler
Batsmen use the crease to their best advantage to access different areas of the ground. This drill is a good one to get bowlers and batsmen in competition with one another and try to outsmart eachother.
How to Master Find the Gap
Finding the gaps is a crucial part of batting, particularly during limited overs games, and these drills from MLCA will help you to improve this key area of your game.
How to Swing the Ball
The essence of swing bowling is to get the cricket ball to deviate sideways as it moves through the air towards or away from the batsman.
How to Become a Good Fielder
Stopping, Throwing and Catching, Infield and Outfield. These drills are hard tested in the real world with cricketers across a range of skills and experience.
How To Take More and More Wickets
New batsmen need time to increase their scoring rate. So, while the one day format is about reducing scoring rate, the best way to do it is to have two new batsman at the crease.