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At Twenty20 Finals Day there was a lot of focus on Fidel Edwards bowling at 90mph with a massively bent front leg; you are probably thinking: "I thought you need a braced front leg to be able to bowl fast."
Our straight to the point articles seem to be going down a treat. You seem to be just like me, want info straight the point with no B/S, which I love, writes Cricket Strength's Ross Dewar as he starts his latest piece.
Chris Gayle was fortunate enough as a young man to grow up close to Lucas Cricket Club, where he spent hours playing the game, and he now gives plenty back through his foundation which helps young people in England and Jamaica.
As the Chris Gayle Academy enters its fourth year, we ewre invited down to Walthamstow as the group were put through their paces by strength and conditioning experts Tenax Performance. Here's a flavour of the day.
These days, the funky advice is that you need to take wickets to win limited over games. Although this is not a new idea, it is one that has become a meme during the 2015 World Cup. It’s a good idea too.
Every October, we look forward to the arrival of our cricket gap year participants, who we refer to as "the Academy boys". This year they hail from all over the world - the UK, Scotland, Zimbabwe and the Netherlands.
I noticed that Ashes winner Matthew Hoggard has become a fellow contributor to Cricket World. This seemed like the perfect opportunity to learn from a high-class fast bowler about the art of taking wickets.
In 2003 a book called Moneyball argued that baseball was using outdated stats to decide how valuable the multi-million dollar players were. But how is that relevant to a club team on a Saturday afternoon?