Q: What happens when a batsman scores 100?

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Is When a batsman scores 100 runs in 1 innings

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

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

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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.

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

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

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

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

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.