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From bowler to the strikers end is 20 yards 2 feet. The distance between the stumps is 22 yards. The Bowling crease in aligned with the stumps. The batting crease for the off strike batsman is 4 feet in front of the bowling crease.

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Q: What is the distance between the bowling and batting crease?
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