There are 3 types of bowler in cricket 1.fast bowler 2.spin bowler 3.medium pace bowl
No. A bowler can not bowl more than one over consecutively in the game of Cricket. In limited over cricket matches, there is a restriction for bowlers for the total number of overs.
There is no artificially set limit to the amount a bowler can bowl. The only limit is his own physical endurance.
the wicket (different to the wickets which the bowler will bowl at)
A stance could be the way the batter stands when a bowler is coming into bowl
who did the maximum maiden over in test cricket history
Ball & Bat are the two basic requirement of Cricket, bowl is bowled by the bowler which is hit by the Batsmen at the other end.
Usually the bowler gets six balls, but if they bowl a wide or a no ball they get another ball and the batter gets a run every time that happens.
maximum a fast bowler can bowl with a speed about 140-160 kms/hour
No he wouldn't, The bowl count No Ball If bowler bowl behind the stamps.
A baller can ball unlimited overs in a test match. They cant bowl unlimited bowls because if you had a good bowler that you wanted to use, you would have to use hime every 2nd over because the current bowler that bowls an over will have to bowl not the next over but the one after that one.