Some pictures from the Vitality T20 fixtures at County Beckenham, yesterday, featuring hosts Kent, Birmingham Bears & Middlesex.
A great day – how can this be the final season for the Women’s County Championship?
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Three schools comps in 7 days — nearly 300 children, rain, threat of thunder…and a lot of fun!
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Telephone call with the manager of one of the junior sections I coach. Two close games at the weekend, but in both we had lost by narrow margins after missing out on a lot of legside singles.
I received a lot of interesting replies to this tweet — targets to hit in drills, incentives for playing a stroke, penalties for not playing a stroke.
My own preference is to utilise some form of games-based approach, but with constraints for the players to adapt to.
So — the Teesra presents “the legside single game” aka “in the nettles”.
Continue reading “In the nettles. And other thoughts on backyard cricket rules.”