Lots of batsmen find typical net sessions frustrating. When training with their clubs there is usually several problems. For example, the quality of deliveries from bowlers can be erratic and the time allowed at the crease is limited. This can lead to a lack of quality practice which is needed to improve your game. On the other hand, training with a cricket simulator is a way to make sure you have the best chance of developing your batting skills.
Yesterday two separate BATFAST teams headed North for Vitality Blast fixtures at Derbyshire CCC and Durham CCC. The Derbyshire Falcons faced the Northamptonshire Steelbacks while the Durham Jets hosted the Leicestershire Foxes. The fan zones were as busy as ever, with high attendances at both games. Our events team loves Vitality Blast fixtures where fans are passionate about their county side and enjoy getting involved in batting for themselves on our simulator.
The nature of BATFAST cricket events has changed considerably since 2015 when we first started. I recently held a question and answer session with the current head of events at BATFAST, Jack Roddick, to find out more about this exciting journey.
BATFAST Cricket Simulators at Class of 92 – with Lancashire Cricket Foundation in association with Lancashire CCC
On Saturday, 21st July 2018, Batfast travelled to Lancashire for an exciting event with the Manchester United Class of 92. We set our weather-proof cricket simulators up at the first pilot launch of the UA 92 university open day. This event was in association with Lancashire County Cricket Club and the Lancashire Cricket Foundation a proved to be an exciting one.
Last Friday two BATFAST events team travelled across the country to continue the busy summer season. One team headed south for the annual Medway Mile in Kent while another went north to Durham for their Vitality Blast fixture against the Worcestershire Rapids.
Last Saturday our events team visited Emirates Old Trafford, where they set up one of our unique cricket simulators. This was part of the T20 fan zone for the Vitality Blast match against the Derbyshire Falcons. This was a great day to be involved in with the weather reaching 25 degrees and two good T20 teams on show. Our simulator delivered almost 800 deliveries throughout the day.
BATFAST travelled across the country last Friday to set up our world-class cricket simulators. Our events team visited three separate venues for Vitality Blast matches, in Sussex, Durham and Worcestershire. Worcestershire also hosted an England physical disability IT20 against a Pakistan - Bangladesh select, prior to their domestic T20 fixture.
BATFAST travelled across the country last Sunday to set up our world-class cricket simulators. One team travelled to Lancashire for a Vitality Blast match against the Northamptonshire Steelbacks. A separate team travelled to Derbyshire for another Vitality Blast match, against the Worcestershire Rapids. And a third team visited Essex for the Newham Fun Fair. The weather was excellent at every location making it a great day for all involved.
BATFAST Cricket Simulator co-founders Runish Gudhka and Jignesh Patel recently travelled to Pakistan, for the launch of two new lanes at Funholics. The launch took place within the Emporium Mall Lahore. This mall is currently the second largest in Pakistan (170,000 m2). Funholics seek to create memorable experiences. This makes them the perfect partner for Batfast who aim to increase participation and enjoyment in sport.
On the 29th of November BATFAST were grateful to accept an invitation to National Science Museum for the ‘Lates event- Illuminating India’. The event provided a fascinating insight into the history of India and its role in scientific development in modern times.