Cricket Course Modules

The list of all modules available when you enroll in the program.

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Batting

Grip

The bat grip is the first step towards batsmanship. A correct grip gives your batting the full flair and does not restrict your range of shots. The ideal grip is distinct advantage to have as a batsman, but do not make the mistake of forcing yourself into the correct grip.
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Guard

Taking guard gives you an idea about your position relative to the stumps. An idea about your position...
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Stance

Place feet comfortable apart, not to loose or too wide. Keep the weight on the balls of your feet and not on your heels...
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Back Lift

Back lift influences the direction in which you swing the bat. Ideally the angle of your back-lift has to fall...
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Straight Drive

To be played when the ball is slightly over-pitched on middle and off. Come on the front-foot to the pitch of the ball. Lean forward, head looking down, eyes fixed on the ball.
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Square Cut

To be played when the ball is short pitched, slightly outside off stump. Shift body weight on to the back foot towards the off stump
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Pull Shot

To be played when the ball is pitched short, and is coming on to the off stumps or the batsman’s body. Go on the back foot. Get body in line with the ball...
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Cover Drive

To be played when the ball is over pitched, a little away from the off stump. Move front-foot close to the pitch of the ball...

Back Foot Cover Drive

To be played when balls short, on and around off stump. Move on the back foot. Get behind the line of ball. Keep body straight.

Off Drive

To be played when the ball is over pitched on and around off stump. Move front foot close to the pitch of the ball. Lean forward. Swing bat with raised front elbow. Drive ball…

On Drive

To be played when the ball is pitched on and around leg stump. Come on the front foot. Keep bat close to the body.

Back Foot Square Drive

To be played when the ball is pitched short, on or just outside off stump, but not wide enough for a square cut. Use the width of crease to move back. It helps you sight the ball better and gives you more time to play the shot...

Back Foot Defence

To be played for a good length ball (neither over-pitched nor short pitched, on and around off stump). If the ball is moving away from the off stump, its best to leave the ball...

Sweep Shot

To be played against spin bowling, when the ball is pitched on and around leg stump or just outside it. Effective in slow pitches and turning tracks (Asian wickets)...

Hook Shot

To be played when the ball is short-pitched on leg stump or slightly outside the leg stump (bouncer). Move on the back foot. Allow ball to come on to your face...

Front Foot Defence

To be played for a good length ball (neither over-pitched nor short pitched, on and around off stump). If the ball is moving away from the off stump, its best to leave the ball...

Late Cut

To be played when the ball is coming slowly outside the off stump (mostly during spin and when the ball is old). Move back foot towards off stump...

Leg Glance

To be played when the ball is pitched just short of good length on or just outside leg stump. Move on the back foot. Get front - foot behind the line of the ball...

Bowling

Bowling Basics

There are two recommended actions that are considered safe where the hips and shoulders are in alignment and the spine is under the least amount of stress. 1) Side on 2) Front On

Bowling Grip

The index and the second finger to be on either side of the seam. The thumb to rest on the seam under the ball. The third and the little finger to be used as support...

Bowling RunUp

To measure the run-up,start from the crease and take steps and mark the place from where you want to start and run in to bowl.

Bowling Spin

The chance of getting this dismissal increases the more the ball turns and dips. Having a helpful wicket is always handy to the off spinner, but the real key is to get maximum revolutions on the ball by spinning it hard and having a good pivot.

Bowling Technics

Measure the run-up by starting from crease and run away from pitch and when it feels right jump and bowl.

Fielding

Fielding

A fieldsman's top priority is to help to dismiss the batsmen. He saves runs and pressures batsmen into making mistakes by making them unsure about when to run.

Catching

Catching

Slips and Close in Catching are highly specialized positions. Mainly because the ball takes very less time to reach the fielder. There are Certain qualities required to be a good close-in fielder.

Wicket Keeping

Wicket Keeping

Always ensure a clear view of the bowlers hand in delivery. To spinners, crouch with the inside leg about 5cms outside off stump and about 2 feet or a hands distance back.

Fitness

Fitness

It’s a game for which a player needs all the physical aspects of ever other sport. It needs stamina, strength, agility, a keen eye, a strong character, individual initiative, team spirit, cool judgment & fast reflexes. Many other sports need one or more of these, but not all of them.

Training

Training

Training
Most team sports consist of very few movements that occur only in a straight line. Nor do those movements occur at a fixed pace or for a fixed length of time.