Presentation on theme: "Throwing- There is different types of throwing in rounders there is the under arm throw and the over arm throw. Bowling- there is different types of bowling."— Presentation transcript:
Throwing- There is different types of throwing in rounders there is the under arm throw and the over arm throw. Bowling- there is different types of bowling in rounders including the fast, slow, spin and donkey drop bowls. A fast bowl can make the batter hit the ball up wards so it makes it easier for the defending team to catch the ball. Batting- There is different types of batting techniques where you spin your body so you bat to a certain area of the field a batter can also look to see where the spaces are in the fielding team and bat to them places. A batter can also look where the weaker players are so they get a better chance at getting a rounder.
CATCHING IN ROUNDERS The High Catch Objective: To catch a ball which is dropping quickly. Method: Sight the ball. Move quickly to where it will come down. Stand still with hands up above eye level and palms facing ball, fingers spread out, little fingers touching. Hands give as ball is caught. Finish close to chest The Skim Catch Objective: Primarily to catch a flat trajectory ball arriving about head high. Method: Sight the ball, palms facing ball, fingers pointing upwards, thumbs touching. Hands give as ball is caught. If ball is caught directly in front of head, move head to side as hands give The Close Catch Objective: Primarily to deal with catches close to the wicket. Method: Eyes level. Head still. Palms facing anticipated line of ball. Fingers pointing down, elbows clear of body. Weight on balls of feet. Hands give as ball is caught
INTERCEPTING AND RETURNING The Long Barrier and Throw Objective: The long barrier is used to ensure the ball is stopped. Method: Head on line of ball. Left knee on ground, overlapping right heel. Palms facing ball, fingers pointing down. Holding ball in right hand, stand up taking a pace towards target with left foot. Aim with left arm. Weight on back foot which is at right angles to line of throw. Throw ball; follow-through over left leg with right arm and right leg
CHASING AND RETRIEVING The Short Throw Objective: Run inside line of ball to enable right foot to land beside it. Method: Weight well back. Head over right knee, left foot trailing. Pick ball up. Turn to left into throwing position. Aim and throw without further steps (If the ball is moving quickly it may be necessary to take several braking strides before turning and throwing.) The Long Throw Objective: To retrieve a ball after picking up near the boundary. Method: Ensure left foot is forward alongside ball. Bend down keeping seat well back. Pick ball up. Push hard on left foot. Turn to left, fling left arm into aiming position and throw Throwing on the Turn NB This is an advanced technique, used to prevent runs, or to secure a run out. Method: Run inside line of ball. Pick up ball alongside right foot. Step onto left foot. Jump, turning in the air. Aim at target with left arm. Throw while still in the air
HOW TO HIT 1.Stand sideways to the bowler when receiving the ball (for right handed players, left shoulder forwards and weight on the left foot). 2.Hold the bat so that the tip is above the level of the wrist. Watch the ball from the bowlers hand all the way to the ball. Batters do not have to stand still in the square; the space is theirs to use. Arm Movement Swing back from the shoulder, with the elbow lifted away from the body; stay relaxed. Hit the ball by quickly straightening the elbow with a strong swift flick and a turn of the hand, so that the knuckles are facing the ground. This turn of the wrist and arm adds speed to the hit and direction to the ball. Footwork As the ball approaches, you have a split second to decide how to move your feet in order to make the hit. If you are right handed and hold the bat lifted, your weight will be on the right foot. As you swing the bat forwards your weight transfers to the left foot. Turning the shoulders Turning the back shoulder forwards as the hit is made adds force to the stroke. Timing Blend arm, foot and shoulder movements into one continuous action. Practice will help you lift your arm just before the ball reaches you, so that you can swing forwards to hit as you shift your weight and turn your shoulders A long hit over the head of the first-post fielder is further from the fourth post, making it harder for the fielders to get you out.