to soften the impact of a ball that can kill you if it hits you in the head
the word gully is used in cricket. it refers to a catching spot for a fielder.
It is where a batsmen hits the ball into the air and without a bounce a fielder catches it meaning the batsmen is out.
no, it would be batter's interference
The runner is out for interference.
Any person who plays as part of a cricket team is a cricket player. He can be a batsman, bowler, wicket keeper, fielder etc.
In cricket it is the South African Jhonty Rhodes.
when the batsmen hits a bowler/fielder instead of a ball
Fieldermaybe you mean wicket keeper.
No, if the fielder is out of the field of play (in the stands), then the batter is not out.
to make sure he doesn't drop the ball
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A batsman running for a run and fielder throws the ball to the wicket and hits it before the batsman completes the run is run out in cricket.
A replacement can be made in bringing a substitute fielder in the field
The correct term, fieldsman, is one word, for a fielder in cricket.
fall down on the earth or in the hands of a fielder
Jonty Rhodes is the one of the best fielder in the world.
If the glove or mitt falls off in the process of catching the ball, it is not a legal catch. The fielder must have control of the ball in the glove and then remove it himself.
I think you mean wicket keeper. He is a fielder that stands behind the wickets with a pair of gloves in cricket. He can stump people and catches the ball when it goes past the batsman
A bat-pad is a fielding position in cricket very close to the batsman, or a fielder in this position.
Yes it is. Law 32 section 3 paragraph e states that a fair catch is made when "a fielder catches the ball after it has touched an umpire, another fielder or the other batsman" (2000 MCC laws of cricket 3rd edition 2008)