As far as allocating training time to each, you do what’s put down for you by the coaches, but there’s generally a section of time at training to do extras. If you feel like you need to top up on anything in particular, you can. But generally I’m doing about 50-50 bowling-batting prep. It’s all about being able to target both disciplines evenly. Keeping on top of both is quite hard. The training isn’t bad, but in a game sense ... At least you can rely on hopefully one skill working for you on the day, unlike a batter or a bowler, who have one specialised area of the game. At least I’ve got two – I’m pretty fortunate that I get to use both. It’s a pretty cool thing that I’m able to do.