Cricket and interesting facts

Cricket introduction

What is Cricket?  Cricket is a sport that uses sticks to hit the ball, popular in the countries of the British community. The purpose of the match is that the two teams will take turns, one throwing and one hitting the ball. When all players of the team are disqualified, the team will switch to throwing the ball and vice versa the other team will enter the field to hit the ball.

The reason it was created is both to play and to train the body.  This course will have 11 players in both teams playing on the round grass field. It is divided into 2 games. Each game will be divided into 11 small sessions. In each small session there will be 2 types of players from 2 teams.

Funny things about cricket

A team of people will throw the ball and another person uses a stick to hit the ball. Behind the batter will be a three-cylinder, simply understood as having three wooden sticks to plug into the ground and there will be two types of wood ingots above.

The pitcher they have to do something to the pillar to  let it fall, and the batter must hit the ball correctly.

Funny stories have not stopped there, the two sides must take turns running back and forth, the more they run, the higher the score will be.

The team players have to catch the ball and return to the opponent. After that, it will continue to play continually and until they are eliminated, the remaining 10 players in the yard will be replaced their room as well.

The reason to be eliminated is when three wooden sticks in the back have fallen, or they have caught the ball when the ball has not reached the ground or the players who hit the ball have cheated, covered the three sticks .

This is an extremely interesting game. The game is full of suspicion because each other will run more and will hit the ball quite correctly. The players whl play this game will be very dirty because they usually fall or slide to the ground a lot. In conclusion, this type of game is not as cool as Golf or Tennis!

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