Are bowlers only invited to cricket training so they can give practise to batsmen?
It appears to be the case. There is an almost unspoken understanding that bowlers are to be seen and not heard.
“Look mate, just rock up on time, run in for 2 hours, and don’t send one down the leg-side because the top order needs to find some form.”
Bowling is arguably more technical than batting, but rarely do you see a coach take someone from the nets to work on their run up, gather, release or follow-through. Continue reading “Everything Wrong With Cricket Training – Bowling”