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# What happens when a batsman scores 100?

Updated: 9/27/2023

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### What is a cricket century?

Is When a batsman scores 100 runs in 1 innings

### What does scored a century mean?

When a batsman scores 100 runs in a innings, it is called a century.

### What does scored century mean?

When a batsman scores 100 runs in a innings, it is called a century.

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### What does SR mean in cricket scores?

SR represents the batsman's Strike Rate. The Strike Rate is generally the speed that the batsman scores per ball faced. It is calculated as a percent per 100 balls. Example: If a batsman scored 35 runs off 58 deliveries, his Strike Rate would be 60.3%. This would be calculated as shown: 35/58 = 0.603(x100) = 60.3.

### If a batsman bowled out on free hit and ball cross the boundary if the scores will be added?

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### What happens if a ball bounces and goes over the head of a batsman and batsman plays that ball?

the ball is given a no ball

### What is six in cricket?

when the batsman hits the ball over the boundry on the full. if this is done, he scores six runs

### How much is a century?

100 years 100 runs scored by a batsman in a cricket match

### If a bowler bowls a no ball in cricket this no ball will counted to batsman as one ball or not?

no it will not be counted if the player scores a six it will be counted

### If a player is not out at 98 and the team requires 1 run to win the batsman on 98 hit a boundary and before the ball reach the boundary they completed 1 run now the batsman scores a century or not?

Would be given a boundary and score added up. It would be considered Century for the batsman.

### What is a duck in cricket?

A duck in cricket is when a batsman goes into bat, scores no runs, and is then out again. A golden duck is when a batsman is out on their first ball, and a diamond duck is when an opening batsman is out on the first ball of the match.