Serious Drill / Game–. . RABBIT.
Players A & C start to volley to one another, then B moves across in front of A and takes the next volley back to C and
stays that side, C volleys back to A and B crosses again – taking the volley etc. D, E & F do the same. The volleyer
should pass as close to the person on their side as they can. As the volleyers improve the ball can be put further away from
them at the side to which they are moving.
Change after a set time so that all three
have a go in each position.
FUN GAME OF THE MONTH.
Fun Game - CRICKET.
Two equal teams, spin to
see who are batters and who are fielders. Fields place their rackets at the net
and spread themselves around the whole of the court. Coach feeds one batter at a time who must hit the ball anywhere in the
court. Ball out or in the net – or if caught on the fly – player is out and stands at the side. If the ball hits
the ground and a fielder catches after one bounce batsmen get one run, more than one bounce and batsmen get six runs.
There is two ways to play.
1/. The batsman in stays there, scoring runs until they are out, when next batsman comes in, or after one hit they go to the
back of the line and wait for their next go.
sides when all are out and other team tries to beat their score. Play two innings.
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Until next month,
John Hoskins – Coach.
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