CRICKET

We all love Cricket but not only as a Spectator Sport! It's a great team sport that serves hours of recreation along with many other benefits.

ARE YOU PLAYING ENOUGH CRICKET?

  It’s easy to be a cricket fan in India. In an average Indian household, cricket rules the roost! Going by the cliché, we really do eat, breathe, sleep and downright marinate in cricket! But do we also practice the game with the same intensity? If you're still unsure about a few things, here are a few guides that can really help you begin, practice and enjoy the glorious sport!
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This article will give you a basic understanding of the game of Cricket with information about its origin, how to play, the rules, benefits etc.
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Cricket is a game played between two teams of eleven players on each side. The game is usually played on a cricket field which is rectangular in shape a and 22-yard-long pitch. The target is the wicket (a set of three wooden stumps). It's a bat-ball game.
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A standard batting technique has developed over the years, practiced by most batsmen today. Batting technique generally refers to a batsman's stance, his movements and body execution of a cricket stroke.
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CRICKET BATTING TECHNIQUES 2
If you've already read about the basic batting techniques, here's a continuation of article 1 with more complex details of different types of shots.
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A standard batting technique has developed over the years, practiced by most batsmen today. Batting technique generally refers to a batsman's stance, his movements and body execution of a cricket stroke.
Introduction to Cricket | Cricket
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    Introduction to Cricket | Cricket
  • Learn the Grip and Stance | Cricket
    Learn the Grip and Stance | Cricket
  • Learn the Backlift and Footwork | Cricket
    Learn the Backlift and Footwork | Cricket
  • How to Play a Front Foot Defence | Cricket
    How to Play a Front Foot Defence | Cricket
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