You will need:
5 cones, a ball and a stump.
Make a square of cones approx. 2 meters in front of the stump. The size of the area can be varied according to level. The bowler places himself approx. 14-18 meters from the stump, the wicket keeper places himself behind the stumps. The bowler is now trying to hit the square and the stumps.
The straight arm is crucial here. A correctly delivered bowl in cricket requires that the elbow joint is straight the moment the ball is released. This only applies when bowling towards the stump
Points: 1 point for target area alone, 1 point for stumps alone, 3 for both target area and stumps.
Students change places after 10 attempts.