Laws of Cricket
The rules of the game in cricket are mentioned in one ssuch codification. Which is called the law of cricket law. There have been 42 laws. The oldest known format of which code was prepared in 1744 and has been owned and maintained in London since 1788 by its patronage.
The come played in the cricket field is the game of bat and ball. Which is played on a cricket field and played between 11 players. The field is usually circular or oval and a boundry is set at the edge of the playing field, which can be a picture a face line or combination of rope. The border should be marked along its entire length if possible. Wickets placed 20 meter apart. The pitch is a flat mud floor that is 3 meter wide. It has very short grass. Which with the nature of the game, are two wooden stumps in each wooden stump. On top of which there are two bails.
The total hight of a wicket is 3 feet. There are four white point lines on both sides of the pitch. Bowling crease one popping crease and two retuns crease. Three stumps are formed in the centre at the bowling crease, which is 8 feet 8 inches long. The pop crease is drawn 4 feet in front of the bowling crease. Its actually of unlimited lenth. The return crease is drawn at the right angle of the popping crease. So that it pierces the end of the bowling crease in to each other. Each return crease is lined as an 8 feet long line. So that the bowling crease is up to 4 feet in lenght behind the link. But actuallyits lenth would be unliited.
Match structure and closure
The captains of both teams decide to bounce a coin before starting the game, which team bat first and which team balll first. This action is repeated in the inning of every match. In every match, the between of the team try to score runs and all the players of the other team try to stop the runs and try to dismiss(out) all the batsmen. Teams change roles when the first innings ends. There may be two to four innings depending on the type of match.
A match is played in 3 to 5 days with four scheduled innings. A match with two scheduled innings is usally completed on the same day. All 11 members on the field stand in the field during an innings, but usally only 2 members of the batting side are present in the field at a given time. The exception to this is when a batsmen cannot run due to his illness of injury. In this cases the batsmen is allowed to run, one who cannot score runs even if the batsmen picks runs. But this does not apply in international cricket.
The order of the batsmen is usually announced just before the match, but it may vary. The main objective of each team is to score more than. Their opponents , but some players are dismissed at the last minute as cricket, so that the match cab be won. If the team batting scores fewer runs than opposing team, so they are told the reason for the lose by number of runs.
If the team scored enough runs to win the final score, so it is said that the number won by wickets. A team that goes to its opponents, has lost a total of 6 wickets, so the match is won by 4 wickets. If the team batting in the end is all out, or both teams have the same runs. So match become a tie. In this, one over is given to both teams for the result of the match. The team that scores more runs wins the team.
Bat and Ball
The bats are made by wood, usually salix alba(white willow) and its cylinders have a bled like shape above the car handle. Bled should not be four and a quarter inches wide (108mm), and the total length of the bat should not exceed 38 inches(965cm). No standard weight. Which is usually between 2 pounds and 70s and 3 pounds. The ball is a hard to sea sphere with a circumference of 9 inches(22.9cm). There is a seam in the ball.
The captains is the most experienced team and its bowler would have are skills like batsman and wicket keeper. The captains players would have the responsibility to nominate and ensure the umpires before the match, with in the spirit and traditions of playing his players. The wicket keeper is a skilled field guard would be the only member of the fielding side which can affect stumping. Uaually 5 or 6 batsmen in a team and 4 or 5 specially bowlers and wicket keeper.
The wicket keeper and batsmen security personnel defensive non-regidity to the rigidity of the ball at speeds above 145 kmph. Some batsmen use extra padding inside their shirts and trousers. Like zhang pad, arm pad, thin pad and shoulders pad. Only wicket keepers are allowed to wear protective items, which is very close to the batsmen.