England players sport a unique ID number on their shirts just below the three-lion crest. This represents their spot in the chronological list of players to appear for England at Test and One-Day International level. For a full list of all the players in the Test, ODI and Twenty20 side see http://www.ecb.co.uk/news/england/england-player-numbers,321,BP.html
The numbers on the England Cricket shirts below the 3 lions relate to their cap number, These differ depending on if its Test Matches or ODI matches Andrew Struass is 624 for Test Matches and 180 for ODI and 9 for T20 http://www.ecb.co.uk/news/england/england-player-numbers,321,BP.html
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The shortest cricket match played was between England and Australia at the Oval.It was completed in just 2 days and it was the 9th test ever played in cricket. Click on the link provided below for the sources.
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To get a Facebook badge, go to your facebook profile and at the left bottom part of your profile (that's below to your friend list) you can see "Add a Badge to Your Site". Click that and customized your badge to generate a code.Just a copy the code and paste it on your site.
The Special Boat Service has changed their cap badge. For pictures of both, see the link below.
Yes, there is. Check out the related link below and scroll down to see the Special Project Assistant badge.
There are two ways. Most male soldiers wear the parachutist badge 1/8" above the ribbons, the combat badge 1/8" above the parachutist badge and the marksman badge centered on the pocket flap, 1/8 below the top of the flap. The other way to wear it is to put the combat badge 1/8" above the ribbons and the other two badges on the pocket flap, evenly spaced across the flap and 1/8" below the top of the flap. If you do it this way, the parachutist badge goes to your right.
Temperatures that reach above 110 degrees will kill a cricket. Temperatures below freezing will also kill a cricket. The ideal temperature for a cricket is 80 degrees.
Link to the website of Sri Lankan Cricket board is given below.
Origin of Cricket Cricket's origin is obscure. Evidence suggests it was played in England in the 12th-13th cent., and it was popular there by the end of the 17th cent. By the mid-18th cent. the aristocracy had adopted the game. In 1744 the London Cricket Club produced what are recognizably the rules of modern cricket. The Marylebone Cricket Club, one of the oldest (1787) cricket organizations, is the game's international governing body. For the source and more detailed information concerning this subject, click on the related links section (Answers.com) indicated below.
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on the front legs, just below the knee.
CIB is worn cetered, 1/8" above ribbons. The other 3 are worn in the exact sequence you mentioned, centered BELOW the ribbons. See 670-1 for a more detailed description.
Drivers badge and Marksmanship badge on the left (as worn) pocket flap 1/8" below the top of the pocket, and both equally spaced left to right of the flap, with the drivers badge being closer to the center of the coat (precedence). The parachutist badge will be worn 1/4" above the service ribbons, and if you are in a parachutist unit, the parachutist badge goes through the oval background that matches the unit patch/flash.
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Cinnibar island which is right below pallet town.
On the front legs Just below the knees.
Just below the "knees" of the front legs.
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A number of words are thought to be possible sources for the term "cricket". In the earliest known reference to the sport in 1598 (see below), it is called creckett. The name may have been derived from the Middle Dutch krick(-e), meaning a stick; or the Old English cricc or cryce meaning a crutch or staff.
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You wear the cab below the wings
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