Stump has three different meanings in cricket:
1) part of the wicket
2) a manner of dismissing a batsman
3) the end of the day's play (stumps)
stumped in cricket means to put (a batsman) out by knocking down a stump or by dislodging a bail with the ball held in the hand at a moment when the batsman is off his ground.
In cricket, if you are stumped, you are out. The batter's job is to protect the stumps when the bowler throws the ball at them. If the stumps are hit, the batter is "stumped" and is out.
its wicket keeper work
It is called a cricket pitch not a rectangle. I am unsure from memory of length but its about 22ft long from stump to stump.
A full size cricket pitch is 22yds (66ft) from stump to stump and is 8'8" wide.
a under 13's cricket pitch is 20 yards from stump to stump
Yes there is.
A "chain". A cricket pitch (stump-to-stump) is a chain long.
Cricket is a very popular sport that is played in a number of countries. The stump is part of the wicket. Generally speaking, a wicket has two stumps and one bail.
Taking stump is used in cricket when a person who is bowling is successful in making the batsman out.
A ball,a bat and a stump.
Middle & Leg stumps.