Dennis Law Sir Ian Botham has never played international football for Scotland.... Denis Law never played cricket for England Andy Goram played both football and cricket for Scotland but never cricket for England. He also played football in England for Oldham Athletic, Notts County, Sheffield Utd, Coventry City and played 2 games for Manchester Utd in 2001 whilst on loan
Mostly it's every year.
The first cricket Test match, between Australia and England, March 15-19, 1877, took place on Melbourne Cricket Ground, in Australia, the home of 102 Test matches since. Australia won the match by 45 runs.
The match was notable for English-born Australian Charles Bannerman scoring 165 of the Australians' 245 runs in the first innings of the game, which, as of 2010, remains the highest percentage of runs (67.35%) scored by a single person in a single Test innings.
it was in 1882 and Australia beat England in cricket the Australian team then burnt the bails (not the stumps or ball) to mark the first ever official game and to this day England and Australia compete for the ashes (that's why the wining team holds up an urn as there trophy)
Crickets bats are usually made from willow. The best cricket bats are made from English willow. Cheaper bats, however, are not made from English willow. They are made from a cheaper willow that tends to crack easily.
There are a number of woods that you can use to make a cricket bat, but Willow is the most common.
England won the second test of Ashes 2010 by an innings and 71 runs.
Clifford Roach scored the first century for West Indies in Test Cricket. He scored this century against England in the 1st Test of 1929-1930 series. He also became the first to score double century for West Indies in the third Test of the same series.
See Momentum mean the quantity of motion present in a body whereas the Force is an agent which produce or tends to produce the motion in a body or stop the motion of the body therefore there should be some motion in the force when it is exerting so the quantity of force applied will be the quantity of motion mean momentum of the force .
he is the nth captain of england
No, I believe it is the number of matches that he has played. Today 2/12/10 he is wearing a cap with 79 on, in his 79th game. I also believe he is the 77th captain of England.
He lives is a small place in Buckinghamshire called Marlow Bottom.
I think the sport cricket comes orginally from the British and began to spread around the world.
The origin of cricket is assume to be nearby Europe around England. When this game got popularity in 19Th century, its most popular and passionate among millionaire people.
At that time they used to plat this game with lot of game spirit and the umpire was like the statue had the role of just agreeing with the decision and final approval. If anyone got out and umpire didn't give him out they had to leave the crease with full game spirit.
These are the reason why cricket is supposed to be a gentleman game.
This rule is fairly complex, a basic overview of the rule is provided below: - The ball hits the batsman in front of the stumps before hitting his/her bat and in the opinion of the umpire, if it had not been blocked by the batsman's body, would have gone on to hit the batsman's stumps. - In practice there are a number of subtleties to the rule, for example: * If the ball hits the batsman outside the line of the off stump and the batsman was playing a genuine shot (but missed the ball), then he cannot be given out.
* If the ball pitches outside the line of the leg stump, the batsman can never be given out, even if he does not play a shot. More information about cricket can be found here: http://www.answers.com/topic/cricket-4
well it dependes on the player itself..like his history and how much it sais in his contract..each player gets paid differently
you can go to this website
The general term for the sequence 3, 9, 27, 81, 243, . . . is:
Not just the biggest test ground, but the biggest cricket ground; the Kennington Oval.
The captain of England's victorious 1985 Ashes tour was David Gower. Gower averaged 81.33 in the series.
Mudhsuden Singh Panesar, known as Monty Panesar.
county cricket player (uncapped) 12k
average premiership footballer 1 million
top cricket player in England 120k
top premiership footballer 3 million
see the difference
to start with...
Alan and Mark Butcher
Joe snr and Joe jnr Hardstaff
Jeff and Simon jones,
Frank and George Mann both captained england,
Jim snr and Jim jnr Parks
Mickey and Alec Stewart
Fred and Maurice Tate
Charlie and David Townsend
Dean Headleys father also played test cricket but for the West Indies not England.
its 5 runs and 1st time these 5 runs awarded to saeed anwar of Pakistan when he was playing against a spin blower and a top edge from his bat went over the keepers head and hit vid an unused helmet,
its rule 41.3 protective helmet belonging to the fielding side
from Law 41 Fielder