Drill Categories

Catching Drills

A form of dismissal is to catch the ball without it touching the floor after it has hit the batsman's bat or glove. A wicket keeper will have glo...

Conditioned games Drills

These are game scenarios under drill conditions and are most useful when practice in a certain discipline is required, either in batting or fielding. ...

Drills

Catching Relay

category: Ground-fielding-and-throwing

Cricket Catching relay Ground fielding and throwing Player 1 rolls the ball out for player 2 to run onto and catch. Player 2 flicks the ball back to ...

5 Stump Pentagon Drill

category: Ground-fielding-and-throwing

Cricket 5 Stump Pentagon Drill Ground fielding and throwing 10-18 players required. (Note diagram for accurate lay-out of drill.) Five stumps require...

Batter Vs 2 Handed Pick Up And Throw

category: Ground-fielding-and-throwing

The drill starts when the batsman calls Yes. At this point the batter must run with the bat in hand and try to complete two runs.

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Batter Vs 2 Handed Pick Up And Throw

category: Running-between-the-wickets

The drill starts when the batsman calls Yes. At this point the batter must run with the bat in hand and try to complete two runs.

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Complete Ground Fielding Drill

category: Ground-fielding-and-throwing

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  • Wicketkeeper starts with the ball and rolls out the the fielder in the square leg position.
  • Square leg ...

Cricket Rounders

category: Conditioned-games

Two teams of players, fielders vs batters. Playing with four bases batters must try and get around without being bowled, caught or run out by the fie...

Web Videos

Bailey master class: fielding

Australia's T20 skipper George Bailey is a brilliant fielder, and here he imparts his expertise on the cricket.com.au audience.

Sessions

Flat Catch and the Back Foot Drive

The back foot drive is the ideal shot to exploit space between the mid-on and cover. Use this plan to improve players' balance and quick feet movement...

Backing up in the field

No one enjoys an overthrow. Make sure your fielders are on their toes and alert to any wild shy?s at the stumps!

Answers

Community Drills

Ground Fielding

Feeder hits the ball towards the cones (hard or soft)Defenders need to stop the ball and fire it to either keeper on both ends by the stumpsAttackers ...

Ground fielding variety

Coach hits A a catch to point.Coach then rolls ball to covers, same player continues on to fiel ground ball and throws at stumps.Fielder D backs up an...