This session was designed with the "Pundit Inventory" experiment in mind. I undertook the experiment whilst watching England bat in the 3rd Test match vs West Indies at Lord's.
Nets can be improved with a few bits of string.
Head of Cricket Performance at PGS, Sam Lavery, talks us through how he stops batsmen thinking about shots, and starts them thinking about scoring runs.
And we get to see his new nets in this video
Luck is not a matter of chance.
When listening to TVcommentary, how many times do you hear the pundits speaking about decision making?
This simple drill boosts running and fielding confidence.
What are the commentators on TV really talking about when they discuss a batsman "transferring his weight into the ball"?
“What’s a good score on this pitch?”
Good batting sides build innings. And that means having nous.
Learning how to play spin can be great fun. A lot of players don't put the hard work in to becoming good players of spin as they feel that it involves thousands of dull repetitions of the same drill over a significant amount of time.
Englands batting selection challenges aren’t any different to our own in many ways. Some players playing well and holding the side together with others hardly contributing at all.