Learning how to play spin can be great fun. A lot of players don't put the hard work in to becoming good players of spin as they feel that it involves thousands of dull repetitions of the same drill over a significant amount of time.
And whilst mastery of any skill, such as playing spin, does take time and repetition, we have learnt how to inject innovation and fun into that process to help young players on their journey.
The two player batting drill is a staple of cricket practice: You throw, your mate hits the ball, you swap around. It works. And when you add a third person it can work even better to hone your technique. How does it work? First, yo...
Here's a brilliant batting drill based on a TV show. First the back story: I ran a session this week with four cricketers from school who haven't played a great deal over the summer holidays. One of the players in the session has ma...
Cricket nets can easily become "just a hit" without any focus or improvement. Using this game from PitchVision, you can make them fun, competitive and useful when you play in a match. If you can't see the video above, click here.
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. Contact PitchVision for more details on making your nets into smart nets.