Three wickets taken in three balls one after the other, in a row is termed as a hattrick.
Pasan Rajapakse. On a cricket Finals he bowled six wickets in a row and broke the middle stump into several pieces. Also he is being named for the bowler with no wides and 6 Hat-ricks
Yes, a hat trick is actually not three wickets in a row, its three in an over.
the most cartwheels i have ever done in a row is 3000
an apple with a maggot in it for being a noob
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rahul dravid is the first captain of Indian cricket team to win 9 ODI's in a row.
The cricket term hat trick appeared first in British print in 1858. It refers to one player scoring three times in a row. In cricket jargon, one bowler takes three wickets with three balls in a row. That player was then permitted to pass around his hat and collect a few modest "rewards" such as pennies. So runs one story. Another says the cricket club bought the hat-tricking player a new hat. There are many versions of how the hat trick became connected to soccer, hockey, etc. most of which don't have supporting evidence.
There are three or four players with two games in a row, Alex Burroughs (canucks) just tied it. No player ever has three games in a row!
You roll the ball and get 12 criquets dead in a row!