maiden wicket or wicket maiden
only batters and the backstop wear gloves no-one else does. (was the toole who posted this question American by any chance)
5 wicket hall that's it.
the wicket (different to the wickets which the bowler will bowl at)
You always call your score first when you are serving.
An opening batsman that started an innings and finishes not out can be said to have carried his bat.
That's the cricket "pitch", my friend. Often, confusingly for Americans, it's called the "wicket". The word "wicket" occurs with different meanings in the game of cricket and it's best to call the "path" the "pitch". There are also rather slangy words used such as the "track". I call it the "pitch", because that's the "proper" word for it.
The term wicket is associated with the sport of Cricket. When a batsman is dismissed and sent back to the pavillion it is termed as a wicket. People even call the cricket pitch where the game is played a wicket.
what do you call a person that takes ships into and out of port
In football, a hattrick