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How to Bowl Faster: Ian Pont's 4 Tent Pegs

The core of bowling speed is in your action; get it right and you can bowl much faster. Your action is made up of 4 fundamental points, dubbed the 4 Tent Pegs by Ian Pont.

Ian has coached players from youngers up to full Internationals and has a track record of success. In this video he reveals the secrets of the 4 Tent Pegs and shows you how you can use them to become a fast bowling cricketer.

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David Hi

You will probably know but some of the Pitchvision faithful may not, that Ian Pont has a new new book out entitled 'Ultimate Pace Secrets'. I am awaiting my copy with much interest.

Also will are you attending the ECBCA Conference next January?

Best Wishes

Robin Collins

I want to know that is there any cricket camp for this month or for next month? If any then kindly share the details regarding that.
Julia @ ABWE

That's a good technique. I think I bowl fast and hope this will enhance it. Would love to check out your more tutorials.
Jackson ( )

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