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Rules for cricket
Batting: Forward-foot defence

Cricket-a game unfamiliar to many Americans, is a summer sport popular in Australasia, the Indian Subcontinent, Southern Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, the West Indies and Britain. It is a game which requires precision in timing, skill, discipline and patience.

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Obviously if the ball is straight a shot is required (and, anyway, you can"t score runs by leaving the ball). You"ll soon hear commentators rabbiting on about "footwork" - the basis of all good batting.

   -  Batting: Back-foot Defence
   -  Batting: The Cut
   -  Batting: The Pull
   -  Batting: The Hook
   -  Batting: The Sweep

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Bowling: Right arm Fast
Fielding Postions

Opening bowlers are, literally, the giants of cricket - huge, tall men with a killer instinct. They will emerge at the start of play, fired-up, looking for first blood; the batsmen facing have to be confident and calm.

   -  Bowling: Left arm Fast
   -  Bowling: Off Spin
   -  Bowling: Leg Spin
   -  Chinaman
   -  Expert view on the art of Leg Spin Bowling

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Right Handed Batsman

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Dismissals: Methods of Dismissal

Eleven ways of being out

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