Why should you get our training batting aid?
Cricket is one of the most popular sports in the world and especially in the UK. There are 15000 ECB affiliated clubs in the UK, each club has roughly 60 to 150 members playing cricket. There are roughly the same amount of midweek teams where people play cricket without representing an ECB affiliated crickets clubs. There are also 4.4 million children playing cricket in primary schools.
As an ex-professional first class county cricket player and a full-time cricket coach running my own indoor cricket center, I have seen lots of players struggling with basic batting techniques. There are some products in the market like a ball on the cone or ball on the string where you can do some batting practice. With ball on the cone, you need lots of balls and a very big area plus someone to collect the balls back. With ball on a string, you need to be really good in batting in order to play in straight line.
With UK weather you can’t get enough practice outdoor. As a result, many kids and adults players are left without practice.
Seeing all this, I have come up with this revolutionary product called Knock Knock. Knock Knock is a spring back batting training aid with a ball on top.
It’s a very compact design made with a metal plate, a metal spring and pipes. A batsman can play all types of shots with different lengths by stacking the pipes on top of each other with click-on pins to interlock them securely.