Improving spin bowling
All young players should be taught to and encouraged to spin the ball as much as possible. A spinner's ultimate aim is to deceive the batter with spin - putting as much spin on the ball as possible so that when it bounces it deviates - making it difficult for the opposition's batsman to hit.
To give your players an idea of what sort of line they should be bowling we set up mini-gates (using stumps) to the left/ right of the wicket for your players to bowl through - aiming to put enough spin to get the ball to deviate back towards the wicket.
It's also important for your bowlers to not become predictable - it's for this reason in this session we cover not only the basic bowling form but also three separate spins - Off Spin, Leg Spin and Loop Spin! Once your players have mastered the spin they can then look to accompany it with flight and variation