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    Link to CricketWeb Coaching Section and Resources

    CricketWeb has extensive coaching material available on the site to help cricketers improve and learn.

    Sections include Batting, Bowling, Fielding and Terms

    http://www.cricketweb.net/coaching/index.php
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    Awesome. I never knew about this.

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    I never knew too

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    Quote Originally Posted by FOOOFEI View Post
    I never knew too
    You haven't even been here amonth.


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    Just out of interest, has any thought been given to a review or comments section on different equipment, or have we avoided it due to the risk of spamming from retailers etc?

    Equipment's expensive these days - I wonder whether an equipment review or comments section might be worthwhile.
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    Yeh it would be worthwhile.
    This site http://www.testcricket.com.au has some useful tips as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Just out of interest, has any thought been given to a review or comments section on different equipment, or have we avoided it due to the risk of spamming from retailers etc?

    Equipment's expensive these days - I wonder whether an equipment review or comments section might be worthwhile.
    woodworm kit is chea nowadays, i got top notch batting gloves worth nearly 100 reduced to 30

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    of course yh they went bankrupt but they have released the i range tho.

    don't like them. Horrible.

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    I dint know about that.
    I would like to watch bowlers dominate batsmen like a dog would a tail-wagging contest against a rabbit. Which means I spend most of my days fuming and cursing the game. The Newlands Test between South Africa and Australia has vindicated my belief that batsmen are a bunch of weak-minded, inept fools only good for waving about sponsor logos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goughy View Post
    CricketWeb has extensive coaching material available on the site to help cricketers improve and learn.

    Sections include Batting, Bowling, Fielding and Terms

    Cricket Web - Coaching Home
    Great site, and I found the tips on bowling faster especially relevant.

    One more point I would add on the topic of bowing fast is the importance of your chest drive. Just before you let go of the ball, drive your chest forwards and downward in your bowling action (the attached photo is a good example). This helps stretch your powerful chest muscles to propel the ball at faster speeds. Also remember to snap your wrist when bowling to add that little bit of extra pace.
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