cricketing terms

cricketing terms are the words, phrases, and lingo use in the game of cricket. These include bat, ball, catch, bouncer, etc.

Appealing in cricketing terms

Appealing in a cricketing terms best define as. when a bowler acts to request towards an umpire for a leg before wicket. may be this request verbal or by non verbal body actions.

Ashes matches

Ashes is test match series play between austrelia and england teams.

ball in cricketing terms

Ball is reffered to a delivery which a bowler throw towards a batsman.

Who is batsman

Batsman is person who is standing on crease and hitting strocking the bowl for the purpose of adding runs to the total of batting side.

bouncer as a crickting terms

Bouncer is a delivery towards a batsman from a bowler while throwing or bouncing high pitched over the head of the batsman.

What is boundry

Boundry is the playing area or the covered area of a cricket ground, if the ball goes over the fence without touching inside the rope its six, if the ball crosses the boundry while touching inside the rope or ground its a four runs.

Who is bowler

Bowler is a player who is throwing the bowl towards the batsman or one who bowls.

What is leg bye

Bye is run added to a score with out touching of a bat on ball.

What is catch as cricketing term

Catch or caught when the bowl goes into the air after touches the bat. and the fielder manages to hold the ball in air without letting the bowl to touch the ground.

Century as a cricketing term

Century is a score while achieving a milestone of hundred runs in test, odi and t20 cricket. its a biggest mile stone in cricket its very happiest moment in cricket for the batsman.

Cricketing terms chinaman bowler

Chinaman is a left arm spin bowler who bowls to a right handed batsman its call in cricket as chinaman bowler.

What is point region

A fielding area in cover region where a captain or a bowler places fielder.

crease as a cricketing term

Crease is a three lining area determine the batter batting area and the bowler bowling area.

Cut shot in cricketing terms

If a batsman manages to play a bowl horizontally with a cross bat it’s cut shot in cricket.

Declared by a team

Declared is term use in test match cricket mostly when the team management or the captain finishes an inings before all out of the whole team in a batting team.

What is drive

Drive is strock which a batsman pull through the cover regions or straight with a flats bat.

What is duck in cricket

When a batsman out without scoring a single with a bat it’s call in cricket as duck out.

What is edge as a cricketing terms

Edge means if the ball not properly middled on bat the bowl hitting bat little bit side on the bat.

What is extra runs

Extra is leak of run by a fielding team like bye, white bowl, no bowl.

Where is extra cover region

Extra cover is region consist of cover region and mid off area.

What is follow on in test

Follow on is mostly used in test cricket if one team scored high in an inning and another team has failed to achieve the prescribed limit and compelled to start immediately the second inning.

Four runs in cricketing terms

Four run in cricket match means if the ball hitting the fence while dropping inside the rope.

Full toss cricketing term

If the bowl hitting the bat with out touching the ground area of the pitch or without bouncing the pitch.

Gully area in cricketing terms

The space between the slip region and the point region.

Long of Area in creketing terms

The cricketing term long of area is amost just behind the bowler is a fielding area. Its ground side is comprised.

Long on region as a cricketing terms

Long on region in cricketing terms as describe as. almost just behind the bowler is a fielding area.this cricketing term is made up of the ground’s side or leg.

What is maiden over in cricketing terms

when a bowler bowl all the deliveries beaten to a batsman it’s a maiden over.

What is run out in cricketing terms

Run out means if a bats out while running between the wickets.


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