Cricket
Description

A right-arm bowler bowling to a right handed batsman will move the ball into them. The index and second finger should be placed either side of the the seam. The flat side of the thumb should be placed on the underneath of the ball. Ensure that the balls seam remains vertical and is angled towards the leg side.

Coaching Points

  • The ball release should come from the middle finger before pulling down on the seam to ensure the seam stays vertical.
  • For a right handed batsman ensure that the shiny side of the ball is on the off side.
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