This video shows a player hitting a good ball.
Four players working with 1 ball and 1 bat.
One of the 3 players throws the ball at the batter who has to tap the ball back to any of the 3 players so they can catch the ball and throw the ball back again.
Players work in fours with one batter, one bowler and two fielders.
The basic structure of this drill is that the ball is bowled to the batter who has to try and hit the ball.
To improve hand-eye coordination there are 3 stages to this drill.
Firstly the batting player should hit the ball with their hand (or yellow hand CP where available), then with a paddle bat and lastly a rounders bat.
Players stand in a circle with 1 or 2 balls (there are 2 in the video).
They have to throw the ball to each other and every time one of them makes a mistake they have to drop down on one knee.
On the second mistake they have to drop down onto both knees and with the third mistake they are out.
Who will be the last player standing/ kneeling?
When the ball is hit behind the line the batter is allowed to run to the 1st post but is not allowed to continue to 2nd until the ball has crossed the line back into play. It is best that the backstop retrieves the ball and walks it back instead of throwing it back into play.
The batter is in if they touch the base before the fielder does with the ball. This clip shows you a batter doing so.
The batter is out if the fielder touches the post immediately ahead with the ball or the hand holding the ball while the batter is running to the post and before the batter has touched the post, except first post in case of a no-ball.
The bowler should aim to bowl the ball between knee and shoulders of the batter To give the batter the chance to hit it. In this video the bowler bowls the ball to low.
This video shows you the bowler bowling a no ball because the ball is bowled at the body of the batter.
This clip shows you the batter being run out at first post. The batter has struck at a good bowl but missed the ball and has to run to first post. The back stop having caught the ball throws the ball to the first post player who catches and touches the post with the ball before the batter reaches the same post.
This is where the ball is released inside the square and the correct way to bowl
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