Cutting edge cricket by Frank S Pyke; Ken Davis

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Shipperd watched Ponting do this as a youngster, and Simpson admired Norm O’Neill for this stroke. Taylor contended that the bottom hand was a major contributor to cuts and pull shots. Simpson warned that it is very important to play with either a horizontal or straight bat. He believes that many present-day batsmen are playing back foot shots by falling backwards a little with their bat at 45 degrees. The result is that more inside edges are occurring. On a strategic level, two renowned rotators of the strike, Simpson and Dean Jones, had some advice about the importance of batting partnerships in applying pressure to the bowlers.

With that “lightness” I felt I could make a good pass at the ball’. He cited a lesson he learned from his first Test match when he was gripping the bat so tightly that the glue was coming out of the handle! BelInDa Clark, like Jones, believed her hands were very sensitive. Sometimes she would pick the bat up and it would feel like a foreign weapon. She tried to monitor the amount of pressure in each hand, with the top hand strong at impact (8 out of 10), and the bottom hand as relaxed as possible for as long as possible.

Practice in being able to do this is facilitated by the use of video technology (more information can be found in chapter 10, beginning on page 147). Wicketkeepers 1. It is obviously advantageous, particularly with spin bowling, for the wicketkeeper to know as early as possible the type of delivery about to be bowled. 2. Although much of the learning required to ‘pick’ the bowler’s delivery may be achieved through repetitive keeping to the bowler in practice sessions, benefits may also be derived from using training regimes similar to those suggested for batsmen.

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