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How to Change a Cricket Bat Grip Using a Grip Cone

Proper maintenance of a cricket bat includes replacing the rubber grip when it starts to show signs of wear and tear. A special de...

The Benefits of Playing Cricket

A popular bat and ball sport especially in the Commonwealth of Nations, cricket allows you to spend time outdoors while engaged in...

Kwik Cricket Rules

Kwik cricket was launched by the English and Welsh Cricket Board in the U.K. in 1988. Kwik cricket is called kanga cricket in Aust...

How to Inswing a Cricket Ball

A cricket ball can swing both ways after being released by the bowler. If you're a right-handed bowler, once you've released the b...

Cricket Slang Terms

Cricket is a game is played in innings, with one inning consisting of each team taking a turn batting and fielding. The fielding t...

Warning Signs of Cracking in a Cricket Bat

Cricket bats are typically made of willow wood, and should be given proper care before use to ensure long life. Proper preplay car...

The Best Cricket Bats in the World

Cricket bats are made from fibrous wood from the English Willow tree or the Kashmir Willow tree that grows in India. According to ...

How to Hit Big Shots in Cricket

Hitting the ball out of the ground is one of most enjoyable aspects of playing cricket. The big shots are a series of shots used w...

What Is the Cricket Rule for Run Out & Cross Over?

Even if cricket is your cup of tea, you may have a hard time following the in's and out's of the game. Especially the "out's....

Fitness Tips for Cricket

Though cricket appears to include long spells of rest in the field, regular short bursts of activity and long periods of batting t...
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