Rules and Regulations of Cricket
Preparing for the Shot
If you’re right-handed, place your left hand on top of the handle towards the toe (the rounded tip of the cricket bat) with the right hand..
Throwing and Releasing the Ball.
Bend your elbow and be sure to extend it away from the body while you make your “run-up.”
Taking a Catch
Be familiar with where you are standing, whether you are near the boundary or fielding in slip or gully.
Preparing for a Catch
The fielder should be in a good position in order to catch the ball. An ideal stance would be bending your knees and making cup with your hands.
Taking the Shot
Shift your weight to your back foot for longer pitches. Shifting your weight away from the bowler enables you to adjust to a ball that bounces higher off of the pitch and takes longer to reach you.
Ways to score runs
The aim of the batsmen is to score runs. One of the main cricket rules is that for batsmen to score runs they must run to each other’s end of the pitch (from one end to the other).
A “No Ball” can be declared for many reasons: If the bowler bowls the ball from the wrong place, the ball is declared dangerous (often happens when bowled at the batsmen’s body on the full).
A “Wide Ball” will be declared if the umpire thinks the batsman did not have a reasonable opportunity to score off the delivery. However if the delivery is bowled over the batsmen’s head it will not be declared a wide but a no ball.
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Primarily through the dedication, hard work and love for the game of cricket.
From humble beginnings of a grass pitch and weekend game here or there, SCC
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