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Off Spin - Generate turn Fast ...

Cricket Off Spin - Generate turn Fast and spin bowling For this drill you need a wicket-keeper and a queue of ... The first player takes their run up...

Leg Spin Fast and spin bowling...

Cricket Leg Spin Fast and spin bowling Bowl the ball with leg spin grip back and forward to each other, letting the ball bounce once before catching ...

Off Spin Techniques - Cricket ...

Cricket Off Spin Techniques Off-spin is the most popular method of spin in cricket. An off-break delivery turns from the off side to the leg side whe...

Off Spin - Grip Fast and spin ...

Cricket Off Spin - Grip Fast and spin bowling The off spin moves the ball from a right handed ... The spin is generated from the index finger, this c...

Hitting a Target Fast and spin...

Cricket Hitting a Target Fast and spin bowling The practice should be setup as shown. ... The bowlers take it in turns to bowl, with the fielder call...

Target Bowling - In team Fast ...

Cricket Target Bowling - In team Fast and spin bowling Split the group into teams. Setup sets of stumps 20 yrds (22 yrds - Depending on age) apart. H...

Bowling Relay Fast and spin bo...

Cricket Bowling Relay Fast and spin bowling All the players need a ball except for the wicket keeper. The first player in line takes a couple of step...

Partner Bowling Fast and spin ...

Cricket Partner Bowling Fast and spin bowling Organise the group into pairs and set up the activity as shown in the diagram. Ball is bowled to partne...

Inswing Bowling Grip (Right Ar...

Cricket Inswing Bowling Grip (Right Arm) Fast and spin bowling A right-arm bowler bowling to a right handed batsman ... A right-arm bowler bowling to...

Loop Spin Bowling Fast and spi...

Cricket Loop Spin Bowling Fast and spin bowling Player 2 bowls the ball over the front set of stumps to try and hit the back set. ... The first team ...

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Spin bowling drills | alignment

Cricket spin bowling training drills from ex first-class cricketer and ECB level 4 coach, Nathan Wood. www.nathanwoodcricketcoaching.com.

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