Cricket Drill Demonstration

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A Right-armed bowler bowling outswing will move the ball away from a right-handed batsman. The 1st and 2nd fingers are placed on the top of the ball and spread either side of the seam. The side of the thumb is placed on the underneath of the ball directly on the seam. To make the ball swing, ensure that the seam remains vertical and angled away from the batsman.

Coaching points

  • Hold the ball lightly.
  • Release the ball from the index and second finger.
  • Shiny side of the ball points to the leg side of a right handed batsman.
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