A series of six balls bowled by a bowler is called Over.
an over in cricket is 6 balls (depending on if he balls a wide or a no ball) bowled by a bowler
many, many types of balls can be delivered it depends on the type of bowler yo are
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.
A bowler bowls 6 bowls in an over.
a game played with 11 players on each team. one team wins the toss and chooses to bat or field. if they field the captain chooses a bowler who shall bowl 1 over(6 balls) at a time.
"pie chucker" IT IS someone who chucks pies (or cricket balls for that matter), it's slang for a shite bowler.
That would be a hat trick I believe (the first use of the word)
A bowlers strike rate is calculated by dividing the number of balls he or she has bowled by the number of wickets taken with those balls. For example if a bowler has bowled 2000 balls in his career and has taken 50 wickets, he has a bowling strike rate of 40.00. In other words the bowler has taken, on average, a wicket every 40 balls.
Ken Cumming was a West Australian Fast-Medium Bowler who in Australian First Grade cricket in March 1944 took 5 wickets in consecutive balls.