Cricket Kickit

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-Objective:

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To score the most runs before getting out.

-Fundamental Movement Skills:

  • Locomotor

    • Run​

  • Manipulative Send​

    • Kick​

    • Throw

  • Manipulative Receive​

    • Catch​

-Equipment List:

  • For 4 pairs of players have:

    • Two cricket wickets(could use two pylons),

    • Two cricket bats (could use two bats or pool noodles)

    • One coated foam ball.

-Equipment Link:

-Setting Up:

  • Place the two wickets in the middle of the playing area about 20 paces apart (closer for less skilled players).

  • A pair of players stand in front of the wicket--one player in front of each wicket).

  • Another pair of players (bowlers) stand behind each wicket--one bowler holds the ball.

  • The other three pairs position themselves in a scattered position throughout the playing area.

-Instructions:

  • The bowler rolls the ball to the batter--alternate bowlers each at bat

  • The batter kicks the ball in any direction in the field of play.

  • The two batters then switch places as often as they can (touching their bat before the wicket to score a run) before the ball is received by one of the bowlers who tags the wicket with the ball (if both players have their bats on the ground just before the wicket the batters are safe and runs made are added to their score).

  • Batters are out if:

  • The ball rolls past the batter and hits the wickets.

  • The ball is caught in the air.

  • A runner does not have his bat on the ground before a wicket and one of the bowlers is tagging the wicket with the ball.

  • When a runner is out the pair becomes fielders, the bowlers become batters, and two fielders become bowlers.

Queestions

-Questions & Notes:

  • Questions for understanding:

    • Which offensive tactics are most useful for the teams?

      • What makes it easiest to hit the ball where you wish?​

    • Which defensive tactics are most useful for the teams?

      • What makes it easiest to receive the ball the easiest?​

  • For more striking/fielding games go to:

  • Thanks to Glenn Young for initiating this idea.

Questions or comments? 

Please contact Dr. John Byl at:

     JOHNBYL50@gmail.com

     (905) 923-0938

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