If I was coaching a young spinner I would be making sure he used at least the full 15 degrees.
The sort of general malaise that only the genius possess and the insane lament.
Over the wrist leg-spin is a superior method of turning the ball from leg to off. Young spinners may as well learn that technique instead.
Last edited by watson; 03-06-2014 at 09:38 AM.
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Yeah. To the ones who have learnt all the other **** that comes with being an offie. Sick of seeing ****s who mess up the stock ball and depend on everything but really letting a off break rip. At least in the matches played where I live.
Delivery should be banned. Saqlain possibly the only bowler I've seen who could send it down and not look like a blatant chuck. & even the great man got a little elbow into it.
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Time for Australia and England cricket academies to get with the program imo.
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Would rather they learn the carrom ball instead. Far less likely to chuck it, and presumably less stress through the joints.
Last edited by watson; 03-06-2014 at 01:42 PM.
Arm balls, carrom balls, I just love all kinds of balls.
You love them right up in your face.
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