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Cricket is a Bat and Ball game played between two teams of 11 players on
a field, at the centre of which is a rectangular ...
Interesting Facts (Batting) in
Cricket
Charles Bannerman Scored 165* the first test Century in the match played
between A...
Interesting Facts(Bowling) in
Cricket
 Billy Midwinter was the first Bowler to take a five wicket haul in test cricket
ag...
History
 Originated in southern England in the 16th Century
 18th Century: Cricket becomes England’s national sport
 Mi...
Cricket Formats
 Test Cricket
Matches last up to five days
 Day International (50 over's)
One inning for each team w/ li...
WICKETS
Each wicket consists of
three wooden stumps
placed in a straight line and
surmounted by two wooden
crosspieces cal...
PADS, BAT, BALL, HELMET AND
GLOVES
TEAMSTRUCTURE
A team consists of eleven players. Depending on his or her
primary skills, a player may be classified as a
s...
EXTRAS
 Bye
 No ball
 Wide
 Leg bye
DISMISSALS (OUTS)
 Bold or Clean Bold
 Caught
 Leg before wicket {lbw}
 Run out
 Stumped
 Hit wicket
INNINGS CLOSED
An innings is closed when:
• Ten of the eleven batsmen are out (have been
dismissed); in this case, the tea...
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  1. 1. Cricket is a Bat and Ball game played between two teams of 11 players on a field, at the centre of which is a rectangular 22-yard long pitch. One team bats, trying to score as many runs as possible while the other team bows and fields, trying to dismiss the batsmen and thus limit the runs scored by the batting team. A run is scored by the striking batsman hitting the ball with his bat, running to the opposite end of the pitch and touching the crease there without being dismissed. The teams switch between batting and fielding at the end of an innings. Cricket was first played in southern England in the 16th of England. The expansion of the British Empire led to cricket being played overseas and by the mid-19th century the first international matches were being held. The ICC, the game's governing body, has ten full members. The game is played particularly in Australasia, the Indian subcontinent, the West Indies, Southern Africa and England. The objective of each team is to score more runs than the other team. In Test cricket, it is necessary to score the most runs and dismiss the opposition twice in order to win the match, which would otherwise be drawn. CRICKET
  2. 2. Interesting Facts (Batting) in Cricket Charles Bannerman Scored 165* the first test Century in the match played between Australia and England at Melbourne Cricket Ground in 15-19 March 1887 First test century partnership was put on by W.G.Grace and A.P.Lucas batting for England against Australia , played at the Kennington Oval in 1880  W.G.Grace was the first batsman to Score 100 first class centuries in 1895  The First ODI Century was Scored by Denis Amiss (103) against Australia at Old Trafford in 1972  The First ODI Double Century was Scored by Sachin Tendulkar against South Africa at Gwalior in 2010
  3. 3. Interesting Facts(Bowling) in Cricket  Billy Midwinter was the first Bowler to take a five wicket haul in test cricket against Australia in 1877  Billy Voce was the first Bowler to take a five wicket haul in ODI Cricket Courtney Walsh holds the best(economy rate) five wicket haul 5/1 against Sri Lanka in ODI Cricket in 1986  Jim Laker with a 10 wicket haul against Australia at Old Trafford in 1956  Courtney Walsh became the first bowler to take 500 wickets in the history test Cricket
  4. 4. History  Originated in southern England in the 16th Century  18th Century: Cricket becomes England’s national sport  Mid-19th Century: International matches begin being played  World’s 2nd most popular sport today
  5. 5. Cricket Formats  Test Cricket Matches last up to five days  Day International (50 over's) One inning for each team w/ limited over's  Twenty20 Limited over's to complete match in around 3 hrs.
  6. 6. WICKETS Each wicket consists of three wooden stumps placed in a straight line and surmounted by two wooden crosspieces called bails; the total height of the wicket including bails is 28.5 inches (720 mm) and the combined width of the three stumps is 9 inches (230 mm).
  7. 7. PADS, BAT, BALL, HELMET AND GLOVES
  8. 8. TEAMSTRUCTURE A team consists of eleven players. Depending on his or her primary skills, a player may be classified as a specialist batsman or bowler. A well-balanced team usually has five or six specialist batsmen and four or five specialist bowlers. Teams nearly always include a specialist wicket-keepar because of the importance of this fielding position. Each team is headed by a captain who is responsible for making tactical decisions such as determining the batting order, the placement of fielders and the rotation of bowlers. A player who excels in both batting and bowling is known as an all-rounder. One who excels as a batsman and wicket- keeper is known as a "wicket-keeper/batsman", sometimes regarded as a type of all-rounder. True all-rounders are rare as most players focus on either batting or bowling skills.
  9. 9. EXTRAS  Bye  No ball  Wide  Leg bye
  10. 10. DISMISSALS (OUTS)  Bold or Clean Bold  Caught  Leg before wicket {lbw}  Run out  Stumped  Hit wicket
  11. 11. INNINGS CLOSED An innings is closed when: • Ten of the eleven batsmen are out (have been dismissed); in this case, the team is said to be "all out“ • The team has only one batsman left who can bat, one or more of the remaining players being unavailable owing to injury, illness or absence; again, the team is said to be "all out“ • The team batting last reaches the score required to win the match • The predetermined number of overs has been bowled (in a one-day match only, commonly 50 overs; or 20 in Twenty20) • A captain declears his team's innings closed while at least two of his batsmen are not out (this does not apply in one-day limited over matches)

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