Cricket

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Any cricket team consists of 11 players each. Both play a 2 innings game either batting or bowling. This note briefly describes the method for playing cricket and rules of cricket.
Cricket

Cricket


Any cricket team consists of 11 players each. Both play a 2 innings game either batting or bowling. The area should be vertical with an oval circle around. The pitch's width should be 2.64 meters and the length of 20.12 meters. 3 stumps are put on each side of the pitch. The batting team should send only 2 players to bat. If any batsmen are out, another batsman should come to the field. If 10 batsmen got out then the first inning is over. After the first inning, the other team gets the chance to bat. The team that makes maximum runs win.

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General Rules of Cricket

  1. The team that wins the toss could choose either bat or bowl.
  2. Unless the acceptance of the two captains and the umpires, the pitch cannot be changed.
  3. When the batsman hits the ball he can add up runs by running between the wickets.
  4. If the batsman is caught if he hits the ball above without touching the ground, then he gets caught out.
  5. If the ball or the bat hits the bails and gets dropped from the stumps, the batsman is considered out.
  6. If the ball hit by the batsmen does not touch the ground and crosses the borderline, 6 runs are provided to the team. Likewise, if the ball hit by the batsmen touch the ground and crosses the borderline, 4 runs are provided to the team.

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  • Any cricket team consists of 11 players each. Both play a 2 innings game either batting or bouling.
  • The area should be vertial with an oval circle around. 
  • The pitch's width should be 2.64 meters and the length of 20.12 meters. 3 stumps are put on each side of the pitch. 
  • The team that makes maximum runs win.
  • It includes every relationship which established among the people.
  • There can be more than one community in a society. Community smaller than society.
  • It is a network of social relationships which cannot see or touched.
  • common interests and common objectives are not necessary for society.
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The general rules of cricket are as follows: -

  1. The team that wins the toss could choose either bat or bowl.
  2. Unless the acceptance of the two captains and the umpires, the pitch cannot be changed.
  3. When the batsman hits the ball he can add up runs by running between the wickets.
  4. If the batsman is caught if he hits the ball above without touching the ground, then he gets caught out.
  5. If the ball or the bat hits the balls and gets dropped from the stumps, the batsman is considered out.
  6. If the ball hit by the batsmen does not touch the ground and crosses the borderline, 6 runs are provided to the team. Likewise, if the ball hit by the batsmen touch the ground and crosses the borderline, 4 runs are provided to the team.

Any cricket team consists of 11 players each. Both play a 2 innings game either batting or bowling. The area should be vertical with an oval circle around. The pitch's width should be 2.64 meters and the length of 20.12 meters. 3 stumps are put on each side of the pitch. The batting team should send only 2 players to bat. If any batsmen are out, another batsman should come to the field. If 10 batsmen got out then the first inning is over. After the first inning, the other team gets the chance to bat. The team that makes maximum runs win.

Any two general rules of cricket are as follow:

  1. The team that wins the toss could choose either bat or bowl.
  2. Unless the acceptance of the two captains and the umpires, the pitch cannot be changed.

The pitch's width should be 2.64 meters and the length of 20.12 meters. 3 stumps are put on each side of the pitch.

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