Ground Fielding Principles

This Sportplan session looks at using ground fielding techniques in a pressured game situation to help prevent mis-fielding nightmares.

The key to a good out-fielding side is that they attack the ball. By attacking we mean come towards the ball and meet it rather than simply waiting for it to come to you. By being positive and alert you can get to the ball quicker and subsequently plant doubt into the batsman's mind by reducing the space that they can openly hit the ball into.

Your players should be used to getting their feet, legs and body behind the ball so that even on the bumpiest of pitches they're able to get the ball under control quickly to send it back towards the wickets. Using the long barrier in a non-game situation is completely different to in a match when the stakes are raised.

To put the fielding theory into practice this session uses a series of conditioned games to see how your players use the ground fielding techniques they know in a pressurised situation - ensuring your players keep their eyes on the ball right until the moment it's in their hands.

After using this session you would hope to see your team play more comfortably in their next game, focusing better on the incoming ball and stopping it in its tracks.

This session is available as part of an Interactive Coaching Pack, scroll down to learn more

Fielding Sessions

Time is precious when fielding! That's why it's so important that your players are well drilled and skilled when it comes to catching, stopping and throwing the ball.

To get your players to the top of their game we've collected 7 of our favourite Fielding Sessions (plus a free bonus Fielding Fitness session) to help them to save runs in the field and improve how they perform under pressure!

Topics include: Decision Making in the Field, Wicket Keeping Basics, Saving Runs in the Field and Stump Throwing Accuracy

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Fielding Sessions - in this pack:


Backing up in the field

Don't leave it to chance - cover your team-mate's back and avoid fielding fumbles!


Bonus - Fielding Fitness Session

Fitter is better! Get your players to perform at a higher intensity for longer in this cricket related fitness session!


Bullseye Throwing - Fielding Accuracy

Bullseye fielding, accurate throwing! Make sure that when your fielders throw the ball it reaches its intended recipient!


Decision making in the field

Put a stop to dithering fielding! React quickly to other players and get all your players making the right decisions faster!


Ground Fielding Principles

Help your players avoid fielding follies with this positive fielding session, getting players to meet the ball even on the bumpiest of pitches!


Improving players' stump throwing accuracy

How accurate are your fielders? Find out with this throwing technique and accuracy session!


Saving Runs in the field

The more runs you save, the fewer you have to score! Improve your side's fielding technique and confidence!


Working your Wicket Keeper - The Wicket keeping basics

The wicket keeper is the busiest player on your fielding team - make sure they're up to the test with this keeping skills session!

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Interactive Sessions - Easy to understand and Coach
Once purchased - the folder pack instantly appears in your online account and is ready to use:
Each Session comes with its own aims, clear coaching points and accompanying animations and illustrations to give you all you need to take sessions with your team.
 
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