Posted by nick on 27th Aug 2012
It is a really good batting practice tool..
Posted by Gurwinder on 3rd Jun 2012
Although it is a really good batting practice tool, however it is really brittle. I broke mine on the first day. I accidently hit it with my foot during the follow through and thats it.
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on 1st Jun 2012
If you are not used to buying online, then be beware that although price and shipping might seem reasonable, you would have to pay a hefty custom duty while receiving the items. On an order of 124 US dollars, I had to pay a shipping of $47 in Canada.
The Pro is where the Sidearm™ really gets interesting. It requires a slightly stronger throwing arm to use than the club, but once mastered can produce deliveries that can test and challenge the very best of batters.
Used by Graham Gooch and Andy Flower in the England set-up, the pro can provide a level of quality practice that is impossible to better. Where previously a very talented bowler would have to run-up 20 or 25 yards to bowl a ball of similar quality, now a skilled coach can provide 80mph swinging, seaming deliveries to really iron out any flaws or defects in a batsman's game.
Not that you have to be test level to benefit from using the pro. A good level club cricketer or level 2 coach can easily generate enough pace to provide great training for their peers - a bit of time spent mastering the use of the pro can be repaid many times over by a better batting average at the end of the season!!
Please read the Instructions and Safety page before using your Sidearm™ .