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TAKING THE YORKER JUST OUTSIDE THE OFF STUMP
Taking the yorker just outside the off stump The legs begin to straighten, but the body stays down.  The hand stay in their original position, palms facing forward, ready to scoop the ball up. The legs begin to straighten, but the body stays down.  The hand stay in their original position, palms facing forward, ready to scoop the ball up.
TAKING THE YORKER WELL OUTSIDE THE OFF STUMP 
From the original stance position, the right foot has slid out and back towards the off side along the ground, and the hands, also keeping their original stance position, go back. The eyes watch the ball as far as possible.  From this position, the hands can take the ball back towards the stumps easily if a stumping chance arises. Taking the yorker well outside the off stump
TAKING THE BALL OUTSIDE THE LEG STUMP
Taking the ball outside the leg stump 1.The weight goes on to the left leg and the left hand goes high.
2a. The ball is about to be taken. The weight is on the left leg. The left elbow high, bringing the left hand up. The right shoulder dips as the right hand reaches across the body to join up with he left. The eyes watch the ball of the pitch. Taking the ball outside the leg stump
Taking the ball outside the leg stump 2b. Same view from the back as 2a.
3. The ball is swept towards the stumps. The hands coming to a horizontal position. The trunk straightens with the swing of the arms. Taking the ball outside the leg stump
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