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Cricket Essay Examples

Cricket

...They were extremely heavy, with the "swell" at the bottom. 1820's - Round arm bowling was allowed, instigating more bounce so the cricket bat became lighter with a higher "swell". 1830's - Until this period all cricket bats were one piece willow. However, because of increased breakages and shock as the ball travelled faster, cricket bat makers started to "splice" handles into bats. Handles were either solid willow or ash. 1835 - The length of a cricket bat was restricted to 38", which is still ...

Bangladeshi Cricket

...The players of other countries like Pakistan ,India,England and Srilanka have also exhibited their potential in BPL Cricket.BPL being the biggest platform and player vacancy scope provider for Bangladesh youngsters; intensified the competition level of the game. The juncture of cricket and Dhaliwood,Bollywood stars involvement tapped the huge audience and therefore provided the quality platform for numerous quality sponsors . All these lucrative parameters damningly forced me to choose this carr...

Cricket and Politics

...The nationalist could be trying to encourage the Indian Muslims to have more pride for their country and be shaming them into supporting the Indians instead of the Pakistanis. In conclusion, cricket was a huge factor in politics and had many different point of views on how it impacted life in India and Britain. Some were shaken by the political and religious nature and others felt it was a great way to bring people together whether rich or poor. In all, cricket was more than just a game and grea...

The Cricket Boy

...Cheng Ming gave up the idea of suicide and went to searchforcrickets. Armed with a tiny basket of copper wires for catching crickets andanumber of small bamboo tubes for holding them, he went about thetedioustask. Each day he got up at dawn and did not return until late in theevening. He searched beneath brick debris, dike crevices, and in the weedsandbushes. Days went by, and he caught only a few mediocre crickets hatdidnot measure up to the magistrate’s standards. His worries increased asthe...

History of Cricket

...Law 37: If a batsman willfully obstructs the opposition by word or action, he is out. Law 38: A batsman is out if at any time while the ball is in play no part of his bat or person is grounded behind the popping crease and his wicket is fairly put down by the opposing side. Law 39: A batsman is out when the wicket-keeper puts down the wicket, while the batsman is out of his crease and not attempting a run. Law 40: The keeper is a designated man from the bowling side allowed to stand behind the s...

Cricket: My hobby

...I am talking cricket - my biggest passion in my life. Therefore I can instinctively go on forever but would finally like to conclude that it is the commitment of the devoted and jubilant players and the jovial crowds along with the commentaries of golden voiced and silver tongued people like Tony Greig as well as the rivalries of old friends and enemies accompanied by the just demeanour of the umpires which makes the prodigious game of Cricket a pleasure to watch or play if you are lucky enough ...

Cricket World Cup

...In June he stet another mark when he became the first player to record runs in one day international play in January he again moved finto the record bookds when became, again moved into the record books when became the first batesman to score runs in Test play. Just one month later he registered another first, a double century in a match against South Aftica. That same year he was named the International Cricket Council Cricketer of the Year. In April Tendulkar Chalked up another Milestone when...

A Village Cricket Match

...He turned defensive and hit only one run in the next quarter of an hour and was then declared leg before wicket, the score remaining 69 for 6. Mr. Harcourt’s demonstrable lack of respect was more out of his desire to be funny than any serious rivalry. The writer has skillfully taken the moment to a climax and then ruptured it. Finally Mr. Shakespeare Pollock came forward to bat. He was an American journalist who was new to the game. He struck the first ball towards square leg after which he th...

An Exciting Cricket Match

...However Sakib Al Hasan made a stand and was able to increase the score to 218. Mohammad Asraful and Musfiq Rahim played a beautiful inning and Bangladesh team snatched a total of 269 for 8. This terrifying score marked down the morals of the Pakistan Team. They made a poor start, as their first wicket fell when the score was only ten. However, their middle order batsmen kamral Akmal made a great effort and cheered the Pakistan Team. Also Imran Najir and Mezbaul Haque shown their extra ordinary P...

A Village Cricket Match

...The urchins trying to find the ball with bamboo and bucket also provide humor. Thus the whole story is laced with humor. The title of the story is apt as it vividly, humorously and minutely describes a village cricket match. The main aim of the writer to provide fun through as series of humorous situations is fulfilled. The analogies used by the poet are epic similes where the ordinary actions are compared to great actions from mythology. With details of description and comical situations the au...

The Cricket War analysis

...Compositionally the text falls into some logical parts: exposition, narration of events and the ending. The climax lies in the in the moment, when father told that all ‘was the end’, but his son thought that he should have said ‘This is beginning’. The ending is as all family lost their home in a fire, and crickets continued to chirr loudly. The author employs a lot of expressive means and stylistic devices such as epithets: ‘noisy cockroach’, ‘dumb horny bug’ ; repetition ‘Thi...

Watching a Cricket Match

...The match was resumed after half hour break with our school team best scorers going as opening batsmen. The next 45 minutes witnessed an exciting display of hitting sixes and fours by both batsmen, with team's score reaching 105 runs before lunch-break at 1.00 p.m. The matches took a sudden turn when it was resumed after lunch-break, and in the next 25 minutes both openers were out, adding 15 runs. With 9 players in hand and only 21 runs to make in about 3 hours time, the victory was certain. Th...

Is Cricket Killing Other Sports in India?

...Even a toddler is able to detail at length, the rules of this sport. All ace cricketers are forever in the news, be it for their promotion of various brands which has regretfully become a second money minting business for them, or for their liaison with some damsel from Bollywood. There is full truth that an equal exposure is not given to all sports in the country. There is a need to reform the other sports too. Let’s take inspiration from cricket and allow sports persons from other fields to ...

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