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    Cricket vs. Baseball Many people always ask me one question: “What is cricket and is it like baseball?” I always tell them that cricket and baseball are two completely different sports with their own rules. The cricket ball and baseball ball are similar to each other, but they each have their own stitching. Around 1550, there was evidence that cricket was played by people in Guildford, Surrey in England. However, many historians believe that the sport was discussed by the French before 1550. The

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    Rules of Cricket

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    |I|INTRODUCTION | |.| | Cricket, Rules of, an 11-a-side bat-and-ball field game the object of which is to score more runs than one’s opponents. Variants include indoor cricket, 6-a-side, and single wicket for which different rules apply. The laws are more copious and more complex than for any other game. Apart from the laws there is an inherent complexity in the possibilities of the game and how it is played, in its remarkable range of techniques and skills

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    A Cricket Match

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    Cricket is a bat-and-ball team sport that originated in England, possibly as early as 1300, and is now played in more than 100 countries.[citation needed] There are several forms of cricket, at its highest level is Test cricket, in which the current world leading team is Australia,[1] followed 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.[2][3]

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    The history of Australian cricket first began in Australia in December 1803. It was in Sydney where the first ever test match occurred. Then just two months later in January 1804 the Sydney Gazette suggested that cricket was already well established around the Sydney state. By 1826, there were numerous cricket clubs that were established including Currency cricket club, the Military cricket club and the Australian cricket club. The venues for the matches were at Hyde Park and the Racecourse. Then

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    game of cricket, is one of the oldest sports in the world, can date its origins all the way to the 1500s where it was played in small villages in England. From those humble beginnings in small British villages now known as Sussex, the game of cricket now boasts an estimated fan base of around two and half billion fans according to a research report by topendsports.com. Now, cricket has become the second most popular sport in the world. People from all over the world play and follow cricket. Cricket

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    Batsmen In Cricket Essay

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    What is the purpose of a batsmen in cricket? In cricket batting is the act or skill of hitting the cricket ball. Batsmen are one of the most important players on the field because batsmen are the ones who have to score all the runs for their side. Batsmen have to have good coordination and have to be strong and fast so that they can hit the ball for four or six and speed to be able to run fast between the wickets. A player skilled at bowling is called a bowler. A bowler who is also a good at batting

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    relationship between cricket and politics is clearly portrayed in South Asia from 1880 to 2005 through the easing of the tension between different caste members, although the tension eased was not always from a religious aspect between the Pakistanis, Indians, and the British. The different problems that arose in South Asia was mostly class or caste systems (Docs 2, 3, 4), rivalry (Docs 1, 6, 10), and religious tensions (Docs 5, 7, 8, 9) against the different countries and cricket teams. Cricket in many ways

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    The Cricket Match Essay

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    “The Cricket Match” Samuel Selvon’s short story, “The Cricket Match” explores the subtle racial tensions amongst West Indian immigrants living in England whilst working with English counterparts. Selvon sets his narrative in a tyre factory in Chiswick, England. Most likely, the timeline in which this story occurs is somewhere in the mid 1950’s when England were still colonists of most of the English speaking Caribbean islands. The main idea behind Selvon’s tale lies with Algernon the protagonist

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    I for the most part used to see just cricket on the TV at whatever point any national or universal cricket rivalry happens. In cricket there are two groups having 11 players in every group. One group begins batting first and another group do rocking the bowling alley as indicated by the hurl winning. The group who win hurl do batting first however both of the groups can do batting then again. There are many rules in the cricket and one can't play the cricket without knowing the standards and directions

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    different sports and games have been invented and started in England. Many of these are still played and remain very popular to the people of that country. The game of cricket is a very complicated sport to those who have never played with all of the rules and regulations but is one to be enjoyed by all. The exact measurements of the cricket playing field have not been officially agreed upon. The area is usually around 450 feet by 500 feet. When setting up the wicket, three stumps and driven into the ground

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