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How cricket is played

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25 Aug '07 11:35 am
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Cricket is a bat-and-ball team sport that originated in southern England. The earliest definite reference is dated 1598, and it is now played in more than 100 countries.[1] There are several forms of cricket; at its highest level is Test cricket, in which the current leading national team is Australia.[2] Test cricket is followed in rank by One Day International cricket, whose last World Cup was also won by Australia; the tournament was televised in over 200 countries to a viewing audience estimated at more than two billion viewers.[3][4]

A cricket match is contested by two teams, usually of eleven players each[5] and is played on a grass field in the centre of which is a flat strip of ground 22 yards (20 m) long called a pitch. A wicket, usually made of wood, is placed at each end of the pitch and used as a target.

The bowler, a player from the fielding team, bowls a hard leather, fist-sized, 5.5 ounces (160 g) cricket ball from the vicinity of one wicket towards the other, whic ...more
Answered by amarjitbhagat, 09 Feb '09 09:01 am

 
  
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By heart ,mind & hand
Answered by shyam, 14 Dec '07 02:17 pm

 
  
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The game without mind! a boll a bat with six rounded wooden sylendrical sticks, with much more money!!!!!!!!!!!kamai ka sabse aasan or famus tarika!
Answered by swai singh, 25 Aug '07 11:38 am

 
  
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By head heart & hand
Answered by rakhi, 25 Aug '07 11:36 am

 
  
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