Cricket Show 140: Spin Bowling Project | Cricket coaching, fitness and tips

Cricket Show 140: Spin Bowling Project

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We love spinners on the PitchVision Academy Cricket Show. It’s a long term campaign of the show to encourage more spinners who rip it, and less miserly slow-medium pacers.

So that’s why we have as author of Spin Bowling Project, Menno Gazendam on the show. The spin bowling coach gives us tips on getting more turn, staying positive after a batsman attacks you and keeping rhythm.

And, as usual, Mark Garaway and Burners join David Hinchliffe for the rest of the show where we discuss:

Why ECB Level 4 is just like The Apprentice. How to train for cricket in the snow. How to break into your county age-group summer squad

And the Boss jumps onto the line for a rant about public net facilities.

Let us know what you think. 

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The new Spin Bowling Project by Menno Gazenda is wonderful. just after working on a few of the drills I can see some improvement.

Thanks Menno.

So long as the world spins on...