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Batting Against Spin: The Magnificent Seven Drill

“The Magnificent Seven” is a drill that you can do with a variety of feed options dependent on the level of experience and skill of the cricketer that you are working with at the time. The Magnificent Seven can be done against bobble feeds, throw downs, bowling machines or against bowlers. The aim is in two stages, Use your feet and hit successfully (with good contact, balance and outcome) with a drive shot.
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