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The way we grip the cricket bat forms the foundation of a good batting technique! Even just a slight change to your grip can affect many things, such as our ability to play shots through the off-side, leg-side, and our ability to keep the ball down rather than hitting it up in the air.
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Slip the hollow edge of the bat cone over the butt end of your cricket bat. Push the grip off the cone. Push it onto the shaft of the bat without unrolling the grip. Do this until it reaches the shoulder of the bat. Pull the top grip taut against the bat. You will need to keep it tight so that it doesn’t slip off.
Buddy Mason explains how to grip the bat for the game cricket. He says that you should form a V by pointing the thumb and forefinger of your top hand down between outside edge and center of the back of the bat. The correct grip is vital to providing yourself with a full range of shots, letting you hit a bowler all over the ground! Grip the bat.
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PROTECTS YOUR HANDS. Easy to apply to your cricket bat handle, this thick rubber grip features a soft, cushiony feel to absorb shock and dampen vibration every time you hit the ball. CHOICE OF COLORS. To complement everyone's taste, the Cricket Bat Grip is available in black, green, blue, red, lime green and bright orange.
Bat in cricket. By Amie. 6/17/08 2:56 PM. 11/16/11 10:44 AM. WonderHowTo. This tutorial teaches how to bat when you are playing cricket. Video Loading.
How To:Do the one handed pick-up and throw in cricket. Do the one handed pick-up and throw in cricket. Mark Ramprakash of Surrey and England demonstrates how to do the one-handed pick-up and throw. It is the best way to run out a batsman taking a quick single. The key is to approach the ball with short strides.
Cricket Spectator. Mar 23, 2011. #2. Opening the batting can be quite hard on turf. It is after christmas in australia so the turf wickets are slow and hold up because of the heat. Just keep your batting simple, watch the ball. if its there to hit, hit it. If the pitch is green, the ball will swing around abit.