You want to bowl fast, so you change your action to correct flaws and you get more pace. Easy, right?
Frustration: An underrated way to get wickets, and enormously effective at any level. In recent years, this has been called “squeezing” or “bowling dry”.
How do you bowl dry this way?
International players and coached these days are always going on about how they “performed as a unit” – fielded, batted, bowled.
Lurking in the depths of this moribund press talk is a grain of truth we can use at any level.
It's common to say an inexperienced bowling attack can't "maintain pressure".
If you have any pride in your left arm seam bowling, you need to bowl at the death in your cricket matches.
Left arm bowlers are special. Here's how to make the most of your southpaw cricket style.
Bowling a few yorkers at the end of nets is no way to prepare for the stress of death bowling.
Bowling the last few overs of an innings is like being a Hollywood star. When everything goes well you are adored. Put one foot wrong and your embarrassment could not be more exposed.
It’s hard being an all-rounder.
One of the hardest problems to solve as a bowler is if your length is inconsistent. To many four balls results in a lot of head scratching at nets.