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    batting in the nets

    heres one for you all
    my team only ever practice in the nets
    should i bat in the nets the way i would in an innings, or should i practice every shot in my repotoire.
    i ask this because the majority of bowling is full in the nets, and im getting the feeling my back foot shots are being neglected, im worried if a bowler will pick up on this.

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    If you are worried that a certain shot is not getting worked on then do throw downs. Some people think they are a tedious necessity for improvement, whereas I actually really enjoy them.

    Basically have a friend throw short pitched balls at you for 5-10 mins each session and work on a particular back-foot shot.
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