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You have to hit the ball with the cricket bat to where the crowds are without the ball bouncing on the cricket field once.

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Q: How do you score six runs in cricket 2005?
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Can a batsman score eight runs in cricket at a time?

Nope -the maximum runs awarded is six.

What does batsman have to do to score six runs?

To hit a six, the batsman must hit the cricket ball over the boundry rope without the ball touching the ground.

How do you make a six shot in cricket?

To score a six in cricket, you have to hit the ball so that it crosses the boundary rope on the foul.

What does the batsman have to do to score six runs?

To score six runs, a batsmen must hit the ball over the boundary rope without it coming into contact with the ground. However, it is possible to score six runs if you hit the ball, run for two, and then the ball is overthrown to the boundary for four more runs. It is also possible to score a six by running three, then the ball being overthrown and then running three more or running six runs after hitting the ball

Which player scored highest score in cricket world cup 1992?

It was the Brazilian striker Ronaldo with six goals.

What is six in cricket?

when the batsman hits the ball over the boundry on the full. if this is done, he scores six runs

Who score fastest fifty in one day cricket?

it will yuvi the man Yuvrajsing which scores 50 from 12 balls with six trick of six

How do you hit a six in ea sport cricket 2005?

just time the ball right and select your shot and hit it

If an error is made that would have been the 3rd out of the inning and 6 runs score after that error are all the runs unearned?

Yes. All six runs are unearned.

In the Bible how much is six score?

not sure about the bible, but a score=20, therefore six score=120

Who has hit longest six in international cricket?

longest six in history of cricket by the criss gyle from west indies

What is 20th law of cricket?

Law 20 of the Laws of Cricket concern what happens if the ball should somehow be lost or made unrecoverable (unassisted) in the course of play. It specifies that should this happen, the fielding team can call "lost ball", which renders the ball dead and the play over. The batting team is allowed to keep any penalty runs and is given credit for a six (if they've managed to score more than a six in the course of the play, those runs are kept instead). A replacement ball is then brought in which is in similar condition to the one that was lost.