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 Category:  Writing Non-Fiction
  Posted: October 21, 2020      Views: 3

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Learning to incorporate this for pace bowlers
"Fast-medium Bowling" by LittleIrishman

Fast, pace bowling can really take a toll on the bowler's right or left bowling arm and shoulders.

Cricket fans, supporters, and lovers would generally have heard of pace bowlers like NSW-Australian Brett Lee, Pakistani Shoab Akhtar, and Alan Donald and Dale Steyn from South Africa.

There would have to be some inclusion of fast-medium bowling to allow such pace bowlers to last, continue, and become durable and resilient bowlers with the effects of such bowling on their bodies.

Such bowlers might have to change their pace bowling action/s, with some even needing an arm-shoulder reconstruction. They might do and total shift and become fast-medium bowlers. Others may alternate between pace and fast-medium bowling. Then again, if a bowler is already satisfied with the impact of their pace bowling, and the health and strength of their bodies, they might retain such pace bowling.

It may not be in general the smaller matches that have an on a pace bowler, i.e. T20 and One-Day matches, but the Test matches. With such Test matches, these pace bowlers may bowl numerous overs, again causing possible risk to their bodies.

This should really be taught to junior pace-bowling cricketers at the grass roots. Early intervention and prevention are the keys here to help such juniors' progress into the senior, elite ranks, with safe but effective pace bowling.

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I played junior cricket for a local Sydney club. I was an all-rounder pace/fast-medium bowler, and medium level batsman.

I recalled for this story article watching some mainstream TV highlights and parts of an elite-level cricket match with fast-pace bowlers, like Brett Lee from NSW and Australia.
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