How to the Two Handed Interception in Cricket
The two handed interception is very closely linked to the one hand intercept but is usually used when fielding a quicker hit ball or a ball slightly further away from the stumps.
1- Attack the ball. When doing this skill you should always attack the ball.
2- Face the direction you want the ball to go. Attack the ball front-on, with your body facing the direction you would want the ball to travel.
3- Cup your hands. Watch the ball as you attack and then lower both hands down into a cup shape when coming to the ball.
4- Lead with your strong hand. As you pick up the ball place it into your stronger hand. As you throw your non-throwing arm acts as a guide.
5- Raise you arm towards release. The arm raises from beside your waist and goes upwards on release.
6- Follow through towards the stumps. Aim for the top of the stumps and follow through with forward raise action.
Eyes always on the ball
Cup both hand being used to pick up the ball
Release the ball quickly to maximise potential of run outs
Follow through with action once ball is released