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BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS – APRIL 21: Brian Lara of West Indies salutes the crowd after being run out by Kevin Pietersen of England during the ICC Cricket World Cup Super Eights match between West Indies and England at the Kensington Oval on April 21, 200
Posted by Dave Arnold Purpose: Clarify difficult-to-clarify lime juice Techniques Used: Gel clarification, centrifuging The holy grail of clarification is lime juice. Lime juice doesn’t last long enough to gel clarify, can’t be heated enough for trad
Decision Review System (DRS) has been amidst controversy since its inception. What was designed to be an improvement in the game has turned out to be an unnecessary complication, creating some divide between the cricket fraternity. Implemented to red
This information will explain to you how to calculate the bets in the game of cricket. Be aware of how much has your team scored. Find out how much the top goals they knocked Now that you have “wounds” and number embossed top goals, you need to use a
When a ball is batted in the air and then caught, but it was called a no ball (so they can't be dismissed caught), will the batting team score any regular runs of the ball they completed (and can they potentially be run out)? Two similar situations h
Definition Cricket adverb a mode of dismissal in which the batsman is given out ‘if, while the ball is in play, it strikes any part of his person or is struck by his bat and, before the ball has been touched by a fielder, he wilfully strikes it again
No-ball delivery: When a bowler over-steps, resulting in a no-ball, and the batsman's wicket has been disturbed with the ball going to the boundary, then 5 runs are awarded to the batting side. Five runs is split as one for overstepping and four for
I have some doubts regarding net run rate in the ongoing ICC world twenty 20 2014 event. It takes a while to read so please don't hesitate and give me a solution regarding this. My doubt is that in match 12 of world twenty 20 2014(In Group Stage Last
There is no Law of Cricket that specifically requires the use of shoes. (I am reminded of Mark Jefferson's fictional West Indian cricketer Hurricane Hamish, who found it impossible to bowl in shoes!) However, it has to be said that if playing with a