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Thread: Cut Shot Demo and Drill by Goughy

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    Cut Shot Demo and Drill by Goughy

    I was chatting to a forum member and they said they were having issues with the cut shot when batting.

    I said that I had a drill I use to work on the shot but that it was hard to explain over MSN and that Id make little video clip for him.

    Anyway, rather than it just go to one person I thought others could find it of some use.

    Its not meant to be a professional presentation. There is no 2nd takes or script or practices. Just me talking about the shot for 2 mins 30 so please no comments on it not being of TV quality

    Link to Cut shot demonstration and Drill


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    That's pretty cool tbh.
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    The were some good tips in that video.
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    Very nice.
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    Never thought of practicing the Cut Shot that way. Cheers Goughy
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    Yea, I am much better (though not good by any means) at leg side play than off side play. And there is no coaching around here, so stuff like this is invaluable.

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    Someone has asked me, and yes that is me in the clip

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goughy View Post
    Someone has asked me, and yes that is me in the clip
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    I hope we do. Teach me how to play the leg-glance Goughy, I am seriously dire at it.

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    Very interesting Goughy. Cool stuff. Please teach me how to play the French cut.

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    What's the drill? In my 20 years of life, I have never heard of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gio View Post
    What's the drill? In my 20 years of life, I have never heard of it.
    You want a name? I couldnt tell you. Its not something that Ive picked up from a book but from the coaches grapevine whereby chatting with other coaches you pickup stuff thats useful.

    From it being passed onto me from another coach I tried it and found it very worthwhile and now use it myself.

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    If you had the time to make some more of these, this would be awesome. Not much of a coach myself, but when im a bit older i'd like to have a crack at it. I try and help some of the younger kids with there batting technique (Strangely i can help them but i cant do the stuff myself) and some of the kids with the bowling (if they need it) but if i had a bit more coaching knowledge i could pass it on to them. Afterall this is a good place to start with some basics.

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    What was the location for this cricket video? i.e. where?

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