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Cricket By Jeffrey (Received from Wikipedia) Cricket, the Bit? Pleasant Attempt! Cricket, the Creepy crawly? Apologies, wrong once more! Cricket, the Game cricket ball cricket bat wicket-keeping gloves a wicket The playing field The pitch The pitch Parts of the field
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Cricket By Jeffrey (Adopted from Wikipedia)

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Cricket, the Mote? Decent Try!

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Cricket, the Insect? Apologies, wrong once more!

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Cricket, the Sport

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cricket ball

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cricket bat

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wicket-keeping gloves

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a wicket

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The playing field

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The pitch

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The pitch

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Parts of the field

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standard handling positions in cricket

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Match structure The hurl The two contradicting skippers flip a coin before the match the commander winning the hurl picks either to bat or bowl first Overs Each innings is isolated into overs every comprising of six continuous lawful conveyances knocked down some pins by the same bowler

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Match structure End of an innings An innings is finished if Ten out of eleven batsmen are "out" ( rejected ) — the group are hard and fast . The group has one and only batsman left who can bat (the others being debilitated either through harm, ailment or absence)â â€” once more, the group are full scale . The group batting last achieves the score needed to win the match. The foreordained number of overs are knocked down some pins (in an one-day coordinate just, as a rule 50 overs). A skipper pronounces his group\'s innings shut (this does not have any significant bearing to one-day restricted over matches)

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Match structure Playing time Typically, two innings matches are played more than three to five days with no less than six hours of cricket being played every day. One innings matches are typically played more than one day for six hours or more. There are formal interims on every day for lunch and tea, and shorter breaks for beverages, where fundamental. There is additionally a short interim between innings.

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Playing time The amusement is just played in dry climate. the amusement should be played in sunlight adequate for a batsman to have the capacity to see the ball Play is thusly ended amid downpour (however not ordinarily shower) and when there is awful light.

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Batting Batsmen strike the ball from the batting wrinkle, with the level surface of a wooden bat.

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Run scoring To score a run a striker must hit the ball and hurried to the inverse end of the pitch while his non-striking accomplice rushes to his end To enroll a run, both runners must touch the ground behind the popping wrinkle with either their bats or their bodies If the striker hits the ball alright the batsmen may backtrack to score two or more runs

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Run scoring run out If a defender thumps the safeguards off the stumps with the ball while no batsman is grounded behind the closest popping wrinkle the closest batsman is run out If the ball goes over the limit , then four runs are scored, or six if the ball has not skiped

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Bowling A bowler conveys the ball toward the batsmen pace bowlers turn bowlers

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Dismissal of a batsman ten courses in which a batsman may be rejected Caught Bowled Leg before wicket (lbw) Run out Stumped Hit wicket Handled the ball Hit the ball twice Obstructing the field Timed out

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Fielding Fielders help the bowlers in taking so as to aver runs either gets to release a batsman or by blocking the ball and returning it to the pitch The wicket-attendant is the main defender allowed to wear gloves A defender may stop the ball with any piece of their body

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wicket-manager a pro defender who remains behind the batsman\'s wicket all through the diversion. to accumulate conveyances that the batsman neglects to hit to counteract them running into the outfield which would empower batsmen to score byes

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Forms of cricket Test cricket One-day cricket Twenty20 Cricket

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Test cricket Test cricket is a type of worldwide cricket Test matches are two innings for every side, typically played more than five back to back days Tests that are not completed inside of the allocated time are drawn Only ten test playing countries

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One-day cricket Limited overs coordinates otherwise called one day cricket or moment cricket because of the developing requests for a shorter and more emotional type of cricket to stem the decrease in attendances One-day, single-innings, matches restricting of every side\'s innings to a concurred number of overs (these days for the most part 50)

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Twenty20 Cricket A "Twenty20 Game" comprises 20 overs for each every side Twenty20 World Championship would be hung on a half-yearly premise the first ever Twenty20 World Championship in South Africa in September 2007

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International structure The International Cricket Council (ICC) is the global administering body for cricket It is headquartered in Dubai It incorporates delegates of each of the ten Test-playing countries and also a chose board speaking to non-Test-playing countries.

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three levels largest amount Test-playing countries They qualify naturally for the quadrennial World Cup coordinates A rung lower Associate Member countries The lowermost rung Affiliate Member countries

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Cricket World Cup the head global title of one day worldwide men’s national cricket groups A Women\'s Cricket World Cup is additionally held at regular intervals The latest Cricket World Cup was held between 9 February and 24 March 2003, in Southern Africa where Australia were delegated champions in the wake of beating India by 125 runs The following competition will be held in the West Indies in 2007 and will comprise of 16 groups.

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Cricket World Cup

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ICC part countries

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