bowler, batter, fielders, backstop
The bowler bowls the ball with an underarm pendulum action to the batter. It is deemed a "good" ball if it passes within reach on the striking side between the batter's knees and the top of the head .... otherwise it is called a "no-ball" or "bad" ball. The ball is also "bad" if it is thrown into the batter's body or wide of the batting box. A batter may try to hit a bad ball but is not required to. A player is not out if a "no-ball" is caught. Hope this helps =] have fun playing rounders
There are two umpires for a game of rounders, one for the batters and one for the bowlers. The batter's umpire will usually claim a spot between the batter and the first post, a few steps back from the field. The bowler's umpire will stand where he or she has a clear view of both the batter and bowler. Most often they will pick a spot behind the second post or between the second and third post.
A donkey drop in rounders is when the bowler bowls the ball high in the air, the ball then drops just as it gets to the batter. This encourages the batter to hit the ball up meaning the fielding team are more likely to get a catch. Hope this helps
The throwing rules are that if you throw it to high, to low, to far to the side or if you hit the bowler it is classed as a no ball this is decided by the bowling umpire and the batting umpire
A turky in bowling is the classic error made when bowling with a to heavy and to big fingerholes ball. When loading the throw, the bowler looses the ball backwards and it flyes backwards towards the other bowlers. Happens frequently, and was last observed in Atyrau KZ. Bowler: Gro Ostrem
They shout Howzat in cricket which means 'how's that' when bowling or the bowler believes that they have got the batter out . It is not only the bowler any fielder can yell out that as well but usually they wait for the bowlers appeal.
it starts with 15 players on a pitch one peron is in the bowlers square and one in the batters, 4 fielders must be on the bases,and one behind the batter called a back stop, then the bowler throws the ball and the batter hits it
there are 9 players on a rounders team a bowler a backstop 3 deep fielders and 4 players on posts
donkey is when you bowler bowls the ball high in the air and the ball just drops as it gets to the batter the batter has no choice but to hit it up making it easier for the fielders to catch the ball. glad to help hehehehe
A bowler is not permitted to cross the foul line.
A bowler is apart of the fielding team. They must aim to throw the ball at the opponents bat in order for them to hit it out.
when the bowler throws too high or too low
to be Considered a Fast-bowler you have to have a minimum average bowling speed of 85mph
Open bowling 120, league bowling 140.
A bowler can bowl a no ball by... Throwing it in a rough overarm action, the ball arrives with bouncing within the batters square, the ball is below the batters knee, the bowler's feet are outside the bowler's square when the ball is bowled.
The anchor bowler
With the advent of better, lighter bowling balls, there isn't a set average. A lot depends on the ability of the bowler and skills of the bowler.
In typical league bowling, a series is three games. Bowling an 800 series is considered to be an achievement about four times more difficult than bowling a 300 (perfect) game. Every time a bowler earns an 800 series in league bowling, the score is reviewed and then sanctioned by the United States Bowling Congress, and then entered into that bowler's permanent file.
No. The same bowler must continue the bowling.
Anyone who participates in bowling could in theory call themselves a bowler. However, someone who always leaves 3 pins when they bowl should likely not consider a professional bowling career.
Colin Miller as well as all-rounders Mark Waugh, Stuart Law and Andrew Symonds.
the backstops job/ role in rounders is to guide the bowlers throw to the batter by cupping there hands in the appropriate ending space for the ball and allowing this to be a target for the bowler. also, if a batter misses the ball and it was an acceptable throw(not a foul ball) then the backstop must receive the ball and throw it to the appropriate post to help get the batter out. if the batter hits the ball backwards, it is also within the role of the backstop to receive this ball and walk to the back-line (as the batter by this time shall be waiting at first ready to run on when play is continued) and accurately throw the ball either to the bowler who if receives the ball will prevent runners running on to other posts, or the backstop will pass to the fielder on second base who will stump out the batter if they had decided to run on. i think i covered everything, well, hope this helps you. N.F