Imagine batting against a paceman who can get the ball up to 150kph. No one is comfortable, not even the best.
If you get it wrong at that speed, it’s going to hurt.
Has it been a while since you got to nets? If so, this article for you.
Use this drill to combine low tech mats and smart nets to improve your batting against spin. Footwork is essential, this drill forces fast feet.
The season is fast approaching.
Cheteshwar Pujara is a throwback, but he proves beyond doubt that cricket is about a relentless thrust towards doing the basics at a world-class level.
There are two types of cricketers: rivers and frozen rope. Which are you?
Middle - or centre wicket - practice is a powerful, realistic way to train to improve your game. Now we can make it even better.
With the season soon approaching, our floodlit Thursday fielding sessions are used to increase our throwing volume and we have been looking at different ways to attack a ball in the deep.
Nobody can ride two horses at once.
That’s an old cowboy saying, and it’s equally true when it comes to your cricket. It means to get good at something, you need to focus on that one thing.
You might have been told the best way to learn something is to work it out yourself. But how do you do that in a cricket net?