Being an outdoor sport on a big field, cricket doesn’t lend itself well to being indoors. But there is a thriving indoor game, especially in the UK and Australia during the winter months.
It’s fast, furious and the ‘five-a-side football’ version of cricket.
I must admit I’ve never played a proper game, only ever netting indoors. The idea has never appealed much.
But I know a lot of PitchVision Academy readers are big fans (at least if the twitter conversation we had about it is to be believed).
So, I tried to write an article but I just don’t have the experience.
And instead of winging it I thought I would turn the floor over to you in the comments section to come up with your tips for success in the indoor game.
- Accumulation, no big shots
- Field well
- Don’t panic, you are always in the game
- Know the points system
An insightful start. But what are your tips?
Which skills are vital and which are best left to the outdoor game? Do you have to practice in different ways in the winter or is it just a bit of fun to pass the long nights?
Leave a comment and let me know.
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