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Leg Glide Off The Back Foot
Played to the ball pitching short of a length on or just outside the leg stump.
Leg Glide Off The Back Foot 1. The first move is right foot back towards the middle and off stumps. This foot movement is made to keep the ball on the batsmanís left-hand side.
2. The left foot comes back towards the right foot, pointing towards extra cover, opening the trunk and hips. The hands bring the bat down and are high. The left elbow is up. The left hand is in front of the right, angling the bat. The eyes watch the ball about to pitch. Leg Glide Off The Back Foot
Leg Glide Off The Back Foot 3.Just before contact with the ball. The right elbow is bent, right arm into the side, the trunk turning
4. The ball is about to be played. The left elbow is high and bent. The right hand is behind the handle blade of the bat, turning towards the ball. Balance of the body on the braced left leg, eyes watching the ball past the hands. Leg Glide Off The Back Foot
Leg Glide Off The Back Foot 5. The ball meets the bat. The left elbow and shoulders are high to maintain the angling of the bat and to bring it up to the required height of the bounce. The right arm slides past the right side. The right hand is behind the handle. Both hands turn the blade of the bat.
6. The bat blade completes its turn and the ball slides off the bat face towards fine leg. Leg Glide Off The Back Foot
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