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Forcing off toes the over pitched ball
Played to the ball, which is beyond the half volley length and pitching very close to the feet 
and in line with the stumps
Forcing off toes the over pitched ball 1. The hands go out and away form the body as soon as the shot is decided upon the weight is on the back foot.
2. The bat has started its down swing from outside the off stump and the hands are away from the body. The wrists are still cocked. The weight of the body is still on the right foot. The eyes watch the ball about to pitch Forcing off toes the over pitched ball
Forcing off toes the over pitched ball 3 .The bat continues it’s down swing with the hands beginning to drop; the ball being well over –pitched will have to be dug out. The left foot has been brought back, allowing the batsman to open up the hips. The weight of the body still on the back. Foot. The right wrist is still cocked. Both arms are bent.
4.   The hit is about to be made. The right hand takes the major part in the shot. The right shoulder drops as the right hand hurries the bat towards the ball. The balance of the body is still on the right foot. The eyes watch the ball as it hits the pitch. Forcing off toes the over pitched ball
Forcing off toes the over pitched ball 5.   Finish of the shot. The right hand having delivered the punch, takes the bat through in the direction of the hit. The body has turned, the right side coming into the shot when the right hand swung the bat through the pitch of the ball. The left foot goes back as the body completes its turn, with the swinging follow through. The eyes watch the ball go off in the direction of the hit.
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