(Video) Jordan's efficiency shows juggling acts are part and parcel of the modern game

Jordan Cox takes a catch in the Blast quarter final

Aryan Surana

The standard of boundary catching has scaled such heights that the definition of 'catchable' has been altered altogether. Fielding coaches expect you to complete the catches that are just about tipping over the rope. That Kent's Jordan Cox made the juggling act look as easy as child's play was further proof of how the game has evolved over the years. The regulation boundary catches are no longer wonder moments but very much a part and parcel of the modern game.