The term "hat-trick" is also applied to other feats involving three successes. The original bowler to take three wickets with successive deliveries was HH Stephenson in 1958. A collection was arranged among the spectators, and the player was presented with a hat bought with the money.
A hat-trick or hat trick in sports is the achievement of a positive feat three times or more during a game, or other achievements based on threes. The term was first used in 1858 in cricket to describe HH Stephenson's feat of taking three wickets with three consecutive deliveries. A collection was held for Stephenson, and he was presented with a hat bought with the proceeds
A hat trick.
Cricket ball Cricket ball
overs overs Each innings is divided into overs, each consisting of six consecutive legal deliveries bowled by the same bowler.
It's called a Run-up.
pace is the speed at which the bowler bowls.
If a bowler thinks the batsmen is out he could appeal to the umpire for out. This is called appeal. The bowler shouts "how is that?".
The batsmen facing the bowler is called the striker.
A single bowler taking 5 wickets in an innings is called "a 5 wicket haul"
If its made of leather, its called a cricket ball. If its made of a rubber, it is called a pudding ball.
it depends.if ... the bowler bowls it and the batsman misses the ball and the keeper also misses it and the batsman make a run then they (the runs) are called byes.
Cricket is a bat-and-ball game played on a rectangular 22-yard long pitch with 11 players on each team. A spell in cricket refers to the number of continuous overs a bowler bowls before being relieved.
In cricket while a side is batting, two of the batsman of the side open the innings. In a sense, these are the first two batsman who start the proceedings. Each of these two is called an opener.