>G'day everyone,
I'm a post graduate student at the Uiversity of Technology Sydney. I am
currently in the research stage of my thesis. I plan to analyse and
quantify technical aspects of wicket keeping technique used in the game of cricket. So far my research has not yielded any literature at all to do with wicket keeping. I have searched the literature on several sports that involve similar shuffling movement patterns (including soccer, basketball, tennis, netball and agility training methods), but so far i have found little information that is of relevance. If possible, I would also like to have some research specific to cricket if there is any out there. If anyone knows of any research that has been done, people I might contact or search engines that could be of use, I would appreciate it if you let me know. A summary of replies will be sent out in a few weeks,

Thank you,

Brett Rosen (Brett.Rosen@uts.edu.au)
University of Technology Sydney.

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