Cricket Count Up

Discussion in 'Articles' started by Site_Admin, Oct 5, 2004.

By Site_Admin on Oct 5, 2004 at 12:11 PM
  1. Site_Admin

    Site_Admin Guest

    Thanks to CraigB from dartplayer.net I've been playing a new practice game lately called ‘Cricket Count Up’. It has helped my consistency in cricket, so I thought I would share this:

    Throw at each cricket number once (all three darts) count your marks and add them as you go (i.e. 20,19,18,17,16,15,Bull).

    The objective is up to you, but mine is to average 21 points per game, which would translate into 3mpr (21 / 7 segments = 3mpr) and to score a high of 35 or better. My current high is 28 (4mpr) and I've been averaging around 2.77mpr most sessions.

    I find the hardest thing for me in practice lately, is concentrating on what I am doing, so by incorporating different games I can usually keep my interest up long enough to make it worthwhile.

    Cheers
    Erik
     

Comments

Discussion in 'Articles' started by Site_Admin, Oct 5, 2004.

    1. UsualChaos

      UsualChaos New Member

      This is one of my favorite practice games. It helps you practice your cricket while giving you a target to beat.
       
    2. SonOfSalmon

      SonOfSalmon New Member

      great practice game ive always used this game alone I call it the crick game and I play the same way you do my high is 30 but as long as I always get 21 and up im happy remember PRACTICE,CONCENTRATION,FOLLOW THROUGH, thats all darts is
       
    3. Drystan

      Drystan New Member

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