To get all your players practising their bowling we open this week's session with a couple of small group drills to make sure everyone gets lots of bowling practice - challenge your more confident players to experiment with putting spin on the ball! Boost your bowlers' confidence with plenty of practise, and get them to mix up their deliveries to become less predictable to the opposition!
Bowling a good ball:
A good ball should reach the batsman between knee and the top of their head, otherwise it will be classed as a no ball (also known as a bad ball).
According to the UK National Rounders Association "You gain 1/2 a rounder for 2 no balls in a row to the same batter" so there's a clear incentive to get the technique right!"
Teach your athletes to bat with confidence - Turning their body to meet the ball, aiming for pockets of space and following through on their shots!
Can your players catch high balls and difficult bobblers? To improve their hand-eye coordination this week we give them some extra catching practice!
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Cup final season is upon us! That's why we take a look at how to best prepare your players for the end of season showdowns!
The helpful tips, ideas and drills are super useful for developing our coaching abilities and the abilities of our players.