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What is protected area in the game of cricket ?

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Asked by right sense, 27 Feb '13 06:21 pm
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The protected area or danger area is the central portion of the pitcha rectangle running down the middle of the pitch, two feet wide, and beginning five feet from each popping crease.
Answered by Anil K Chugh, 27 Feb '13 06:31 pm

 
  
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The protected area or danger area is the central portion of the pitcha rectangle running down the middle of the pitch, two feet wide, and beginning five feet from each popping crease. Under the Laws of Cricket, a bowler must avoid running on this area during his follow-through after delivering the ball.
Answered by LIPSIKA, 27 Feb '13 06:24 pm

 
  
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The protected area or danger area is the central portion of the pitcha rectangle running down the middle of the pitch, two feet wide, and beginning five feet from each popping crease. Under the Laws of Cricket, a bowler must avoid running on this area during his follow-through after delivering the ball.
If a bowler runs on the protected area, an umpire will issue a warning to the bowler and to his team captain. The umpire issues a second and final warning if the bowler transgresses again. On the third offence, the umpire will eject the bowler from the attack and the bowler may not bowl again for the remainder of the innings.
The protected area is protected in this way because the ball normally bounces on the pitch within this region, and if it is scuffed or damaged by the bowler's footmarks it can give an unfair advantage to the bowling side. The rule does not prevent the bowler or any other fielder from running on the protected area in an effort to field the ball; it applies only to ...more
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Answered by Ataur Rahman, 27 Feb '13 06:23 pm

 
  
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Wicket keeper ji
Answered by wenz, 27 Feb '13 06:49 pm

 
  
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The protected area or danger area is the central portion of the pitcha rectangle running down the middle of the pitch, two feet wide, and beginning five feet from each popping crease. Under the Laws of Cricket, a bowler must avoid running on this area during his follow-through after delivering the ball.
Answered by Quest, 27 Feb '13 06:24 pm

 
  
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