The subject of ‘Timing’ and ‘Conversion’ is very much heard in the passage of play in the formulaic brand of cricket. What does it take to get the best moment in cricket? Certainly, ‘Timing’ is the word but ‘converting’ is an emotion. ‘Time the ball well’ is just a phrase, but the way of converting is what makes you cherish the path for boundaries.
In a similar way, ‘Time the jump well’ to make yourself to come into possession in a bid to clutch the ball. We have witnessed quite a many absolute stunners on the blade of grass. It might be a running, diving or one-handed catch. They say ‘Catches win Matches’ and that’s always going to be a big yes!
On the field, you always expect the fielder to be spot on so as to extract positives to the side. How many times have we seen the greatest fielders leaving the audience in awe by taking some breath taking catches? With quick reflexes, making acrobatic endeavours with grit and determination, one would certainly become the best fielder.
Yorkshire Vikings’ fielder Jack Leaning’s day!
In the NatWest T20 Blast, one of the finest catches was caught that took the cricket fraternity by a sensational shock. It sends jitters to the fielders in the process of taking a catch, particularly near the boundary line. A sense of tension would be there in his frame of mind whether he would step the ropes but taken craftily is a sense of momentary relief.
Yorkshire Vikings’ Jack Leaning pulled off an absolute peach of a dazzling one-handed catch close to the boundary in the England’s domestic competition at Headingley. With some serious piece of jumping to it, he removed Lancashire’s batsman Arron Lilley off Liam Plunkett’s full toss. Jack Leaning made the commentators search for superlatives to describe his stellar effort. It’s a visual treat watching the best catches and this one is sure to make everyone open-mouthed.
Feast your eyes by watching this clip:
— NatWest T20 Blast (@NatWestT20Blast) August 12, 2017