Use this pre-game warm up fielding drill. It will help you hone your skills and picking up, throwing and hitting the stumps. Great for the whole team to take part on match day.
One of the big coaching challenges is developing the athleticism of fast bowlers.
A recent study as revealed the answer to an age-old question; the best place for slip fielders to look when waiting for a catch.
If you want to mix up your cricket nets and challenge your technique, try this simple tweak to indoor practice.
As you can see from the video, it makes things much tougher to bat, but if you come out having done well, it will boost your confidence for the middle.
Do you worry that batting indoors will ruin your outdoor form? Have you got a game coming up on a different type of wicket from your home pitch?
This is the guide for you.
Science has proven a way to take your cricket to the next level using a "feedback loop" at training. Bowling with this loop will allow you to quickly improve your cricket, take more wickets, bowl faster and improve your accuracy. All while at nets.
Ever wondered how the best bowlers hit their yorkers so well and so often? Use this simple drill to help you bowl yorkers with pinpoint accuracy.
Sam Lavery is Cricket Professional at Portsmouth Grammar School in England. He is a co-host of the PitchVision Cricket Show. In this column he has a drill to make nets better.
One of the regular net drills Portsmouth Grammar School is the “zonal” net.
Good batsmen have a powerful front foot drive. This video is a drill for batsmen to improve their footwork in shots on the front foot, and help you get your weight into the ball.
Part two of the “warm up to throw” programme is weighted ball work.