This weekend we have created a crossword and word search with the same answers.
Find the crossword answers you don't know in the word search! Post the answers below. You will need to sign up to add comments. #cricket #homecricket #coronacricket
There are 20 cricketing terms hidden in the grid below. Can you find them? Words can be frontwards, backwards, diagonal or diagonal backwards! Good luck! If you find all 20, send us your answers! #cricket #homecricket #coronacricket
Surrey Cricket Academy have come up with 5 throwing drills for the back garden while under lock down. Throwing drill 1 Throwing drill 2 Throwing drill 3 Throwing drill 4 Throwing drill 5 #cricket #backyardcricket #homecricket #coronacricket #fielding #surreycricket
Our next "Ten Percent" focus is on fielding. If just three players turn a 4 into a 1 through a really good stop in a game, you are 9 runs better off from just three short pieces of cricket. With an over-emphasis on net practice, fielding often gets missed out and doesn't get the focus it deserves. The best fielding teams are most often the winning teams! There are perhaps two big challenges for young fielders: - 1. Concentrating fully every ball 2. Not being scared of the bal
Surrey Cricket Performance department have shared some Garden Drills to help get budding young cricketers through the lock down period. Surrey are eager to provide information and content that all young cricketers may find to be stimulating, practical and helpful as we work through this period of isolation.
Their Performance Coaches are currently busy at work creating and recording more fun and practical drills – these will go out regularly on their Twitter and Instagram fe
The basic batting setup should be the starting point for every young cricketer but some of the basics often get missed in the early development. HANDS For me this is the non-negotiable, at least until you are scoring runs on a strong and consistent basis. Hands must be together on the handle, touching. This gives the batter the best control over their shots. Where on the bat, is up to you. Somewhere around the middle of the handle is probably best. Nearer the top is generally
Communication between batters is crucial to scoring runs in a game of cricket. There are set rules on how to do it which are simple to follow but sometimes need confidence to execute. If you're not sure, it's better to do it wrong than not at all. That is the quickest way to learn. The rules to learn are: - 1. If you are the batter facing the bowler, if the ball goes in any way forward (even slightly towards the bowler or beyond), it's YOUR call. 2. If you are the non-striker