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WHAT IS CRICKET

Cricket is an international game. Where the game is played between two teams. Each team has 11 players. One team bats and the other team fields. In batting, there are two batsmen, one a striker and the other a non-striker, And the remaining 9 sit in the dressing room. If one is out, the other is coming on the field to bat. By doing this a total of 10 batsmen are out.

In fielding, 11 people are in the field. One bowler has to bowl and the rest fielded.

WHEN WILL YOU BE ABLE TO LEARN CRICKET?

First, you have to have a wish to play cricket. You have to have suitable fitness to play cricket. Then you need to take proper training. We will provide you with many techniques through this website And you have to practice them properly. You will get Batting techniques, Bowling techniques, kipping techniques, and Fielding techniques through this website.

 

 WHAT ARE THE CRICKET KITS

1.BAT
The bat is the stick used to hit the ball to score runs. According to the rules, a bat can be no longer than 38 inches in length and 4.5 inches in width. It can weigh anywhere between 1 kg to 2.5 kg.
It is recommended that you use a lighter bat when you are starting. Most players use a bat that weighs around 1 to 1.8 kg. The choice of a lighter or heavier bat is left up to the player.

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2. BALL
The cricket ball is round in shape and is usually red or white and made of leather. A red ball is used in day matches or longer games (such as a three-day or more) and is called a test match. while a white ball is used in shorter format matches or day/night matches(Like one-day matches/T20 matches/…..).

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3. STUMPS
A stump is a wooden stick that is buried in the ground. They support two bails at the top and form a wicket. There are two wickets placed on opposite sides of the pitch. The stumps should be no longer than 28 inches in height and 9 inches in width.

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4. HELMETS
Cricket helmets are mainly used by batsmen and fielders who are close to the batsman on strike. It is an essential responsibility of every player to wear a helmet before entering the pitch. These helmets are made up of BS plastic, fiberglass, carbon fiber, titanium, steel, and high-density foam.

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5. PADS
Pads (also called leg guards) are protective equipment used by batsmen in the sport of cricket.

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6. HAND GLOVES
Batsmen can use gloves on both hands. Gloves provide comfort, prevent blister formation, provide warmth, improve grip and protect against injury.

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7. ABDOMINAL GUARD

In an abdominal guard cricket, a belly guard protects the pelvic area and protects against early cricket injuries. This means it will help absorb shocks when you hit the genitals with a cricket ball or bat.

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8. BATTING SHOES

Batsmen should have their cricket shoes with rubber spikes/metal spikes as they provide a good grip and enable you to run fast on the pitch.

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9. BOWLING SHOES

Bowling shoes have nails that tighten the soles of the shoes and provide an excellent grip for running.

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WHO RUNS THE CRICKET IN THE WORLD AND WHERE IS IT

The ICC    The ICC is responsible for the organization and governance of cricket’s major international tournaments, most notably the Cricket World Cup and the T20 World Cup. It also appoints the umpires and referees that officiate at all sanctioned Test matches, One Day matches, and Twenty20 Internationals. The ICC has its headquarters in Dubai, UAE.

BASIC RULES OF CRICKET (A 2 Z)