Originally Posted by Mahindinho
There's nothing wrong with training up lots of players with one net. HOWEVER, it's not usually the best way to get rounded players. Secondaries are important!
Typically, I'd use a minimum of 1 x bowling and 1 x fielding on a young bowler, possibly 1 x stamina too. If he's a decent 17/18yo prospect, I might up it to 2 x bowling.
Similar for a batsman. For an all-rounder, I'd be using 1 x batting, 1 x bowling and 1 x fielding.
Generally, teams will only have 3 to 5 trainees on the go at once -- the rest of the team would be older players, e.g. 23+, who aren't being trained.
The majority of my team is trainees, young players (17/18/19) who are getting 1 net on batting or bowling, with a stamina and a fielding in there too. Should I get rid of a couple of trainees and get a couple of older, pre trained guys, or stick to my guns, but only be giving them one net each?