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Sep
27

How to get it cricket live score?

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How to get it cricket live score?

Kindly send more photo’s of cricket players and match details and popular cricketers stills.

crikinfo.com google search espnstar.com

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Aug
31

How your Gray Nicolls bat was made…

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How Your Gray Nicolls Cricket Bat was made…

Find out your bat was made

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Aug
29

Skills : Cricket – Batting

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Skills : Cricket - Batting  Cricket Batting – Skills

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What is power play in Cricket and how it use during the play?

Power Play are using in Cricket ODI what is this and what is the purpose of this power play during the match and how could the captain obtain this power play?

Powerplay maens the fielding restrictions which allow the batsmen to score more runs easily. Fielding restriction means that only 2 players are allowed to field outside the 30 yard circle. Earlier, there was a fielding restriction of 30% of overs of one innings. In a 50 overs match, the fielding restriction was of 15 overs.

Similarly, if a match was reduced to 20 overs, then the fielding restriction was for 6 overs. But nowadays, the restrictions are divided into three parts known as powerplays. The first ten overs are the first powerplay. Then the other two powerplays are of 5 overs each and the fielding captain decides when he wants to have it.

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What’s the best way to wash cricket gloves?

Batting or wicket keeping?

For batting, hand wash in a washing up bowl of hand-hot, not too, soapy water and hang up to drip dry.

Adding a bit of detergent to the water stops any.. erm.. odours.

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Aug
19

Cricket Cufflinks

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Cricket Cufflinks   Cricket Cufflinks

Cricket sport lovers rejoice! Now you can show off your passion for the game with this pair of cricket themed cufflinks. The metal used for creating this pair is high grade silver and features a cricket ball and bat as the centerpiece for this cufflink. For a personal touch, each item is polished

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Aug
17

How to Play Cricket

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How to Play – Cricket

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Aug
13

BRIAN LARA CRICKET 2007 (DVD-ROM)

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BRIAN LARA CRICKET 2007 (DVD-ROM)   Brian Lara Cricket 2007 DVD-ROM

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I saw the South African and England one dy players practice like this. The batsman stands opposite a net, and the feeder throws balls underarm between ankle and shin height to simulate a half volley or full toss. The batsman hits the ball back into the net.

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I don’t watch either game, but I was always puzzled why baseball guys wear a glove and Cricket guys don’t. They still have to catch the ball. Would the Baseball guys be better off without the glove.

well they don’t wear glove except for the wicketkeeper because it is usually hit across the ground and they know the proper way to catch while batting they have to wear Helmet Chest guards Boxes Thigh Pads Leg Pads so the ball is quite hard ( I know this cause play cricket and have been hit numerous times) they actually use baseball gloves in practice and it would be better if they didn’t where gloves

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