Cricket | Batting Mechanics Drills

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Back foot batting shots are best used when the cricket ball is pitched on a shorter length (further away from the batter) or when the wicket has a lot of bounce.

The videos and drills below take your players through the range of defensive and attacking shots (strokes), whether it?s a drive, hook, pull or, if the ball is wide of the crease, a cut shot.

If right handed a back foot shot will be played off the batsman?s right foot with a step back toward their stumps. These shots are used to make the bowler pitch the ball at a fuller length and allow less riskier front foot shots to be played.

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