This is a cracking drill for wicket keepers standing back using equipment that is becoming commonplace within coaching kitbags around the world.
We are presently in a "specific preparation phase" of the programme, so much of the aim of our sessions are build volume into both keepers "catch" and to free up the movement patterns to both right and left handed batters.
The session was for two keepers. They swapped every six balls to simulate overs. We ran the session in a confined net area so I ensured that we maximised the width of the area so the keepers could move freely for offside takes and for simulated outside edges. It's just as easy to run outdoors or in the open, or both.
You can use a Sidearm, bowling machine or bowlers for the drill.
You'll also need Fusion Multi-stumps