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troke that might have been more appropriate in the limited-overs formats

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SPARTANBURG, S.C. -- The Carolina Panthers made history on Thursday by holding a joint practice with a high school football team.The Spartanburg High School Vikings went through warmups and had a chance to interact with Carolinas coaches and players at Wofford College before breaking off and doing their own work on an adjacent field.Panthers director of community relations Riley Fields said it is the first time an NFL team has practiced alongside a high school team.Fields said the organization wanted to celebrate the NFLs Play 60 initiative by doing something special and unique. He said the Panthers needed to clear everything with the NFL, the NCAA and state high school officials before the project initiative was granted.Everyone said, `Wow this is a great idea, Fields said. ... We felt it was a special day for our players and for the Spartanburg High School football players.Panthers coach Ron Rivera said when Fields initially approached him about the idea he was against it. But the NFL Coach of the Year soon changed his mind once he realized it could be a huge benefit to the high school athletes.To me its about the love of the game and bringing it back to the community, Rivera said.Spartanburg High School coach Chris Miller said he thought it was a joke at first when his office received a call about practicing with the Panthers.It is just an unbelievable opportunity for us, Miller said.Miller said watching an NFL team run through similar drills to what they run in practice was an important lesson for his players.Were constantly talking about it and they are doing it over and over again. Now they see guys who have paid the price and look where it has gotten them, Miller said.Rivera said the experience was also fun for his players.When you talked to some of our guys they had a chance to reminisce about the good old days, Rivera said. I was standing over there watching (the Vikings) earlier and it took me back to playing at Seaside High School. 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But then he attempted an unnecessarily aggressive slow-sweep and top-edged to mid-wicket. Englands innings fell away and, with Root also succumbing to a loose pull in the second innings, Pakistan went on to win the game.It was far from the first time that Root had played a part in his own dismissal once set at Test level. Indeed, it was the 17th time in almost exactly 24 months that he had been dismissed with a score between 48 and 99 in a Test, in which time he had scored five Test centuries. And it was that failure to capitalise on his starts, that lack of ruthlessness, that persuaded him to seek advice ahead of the second Test in Manchester.It worked. Root produced his most controlled, mature innings to date to help England to a vast first innings total and, eventually, a victory that left the series level at 1-1 with two to play.The most frustrating thing about this Test match summer so far is that the majority of my dismissals have been batsman error, Root said. They have been things that are my own fault rather than good pieces of bowling where I couldnt do much about it.I look back at a number of dismissals and think thats not good enough, Ive got to be doing better than that. It was almost like the final straw at Lords. Id really wound myself up and I knew having been moved up the order, being 1-0 down in the series, I needed to put a really big performance in.I worked really hard in practice and, after the Tests, spoke to Mark Ramprakash about areas I could potentially go further with my game.I asked him: is there anything I could be doing differently or better to offer more to the team. He said it must be your mental approach to things because your game looks in good order, youre playing well in the nets and you look pretty comfortable out there.One thing he said was are you mentally in the right place to play Test cricket at the minute?I didnt even think about that at the time. That sort of hurt me, that someone would say that to me. But it was a good motivator to get me in the right place for Old Trafford.It was actually exactly what I needed to hear. Thats why he is such a good batting coach and why he is getting a lot out of our batters at the moment.Part of the problem, Root believes, was adapting to playing all three formats of the game within a short space of time. While he dismisses any sense that he was tired or jaded, he does admit that adapting to the different tempos of the formats has challenged him and that, at times, he has lost his wicket in Tests to the sort of stroke that might have been more appropriate in the limited-overs formats.The way I was approaching things was still edging towards one-day cricket a bit, Root said. Maybe I was expecting to score at a certain rate or play in a way that didnt really suit the situatiion or the way the opposition were bowling.ddddddddddddIt may have had something to do with switching across three forms. I dont think its a fatigue thing. 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It was great watching the guys do it not long ago and the stories and memories from a few of the guys who are still playing now are great to hear about.Hearing it makes you very hungry to go and do it yourself. Weve got a really strong squad of players who can go and do something special over there. It would be immense to be on a winning tour down there having scored a lot of runs.Joe Root was speaking at his first club, Sheffield Collegiate CC, on behalf of Hardys Wine & their Heartbeat of the Club campaign. Find out more @HardysWineUK Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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