Cricket Show S5 Episode 8: What Have You Heard?

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The language of cricket has developed over the last few years, and borrows far more from areas like business management. Is this a good thing?

Mark Garaway, Sam Lavery and David Hinchliffe discuss the topic.Plus, we look at the role of bat weight in timing and strokeplay, and help a fast bowler and Ian Pont fan with his braced front leg. Can we help him to ramp up the pace and bowl faster? Listen to the show to find out.

And, Gary Palmer jumps on board to tell us how to safely introduce the techniques of playing the short ball.

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This is show number 251.

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