• Ball
  • Bat
  • Fielding
  • Match
1. What is Cricket ball made of?
A cricket ball is made with a cork  core, covered with firmly wound string.  Then it is capped with leather case with a slightly raised sewn seam.
2. How hard is the cricket ball?
The cricket ball is harder and heavier in weight than the baseball.  The weight of the ball baseball is between 5 and 5.25 ounces, viz 142 to 149 g; while the cricket ball weighs  between 5.5 and 5.8 ounces, that is 156 and 164 g.
3. Is there any difference between ball for men’s and women’s cricket?
So far as the dimension and weight of a cricket balls are considered,  the regulations for using of balls are not same for both men’s and women’s cricket. For men’s cricket, a cricket ball must weigh between 5.5 and 5.75 ounces and measure between 8 13/16 and 9” in perimeter. With regard to women’s cricket, it must weigh between 4 15/16 and 5 1/16 ounces and measure between 8.3 and 8.9” in perimeter.
4. Is there any difference between red and white ball?
The  white balls come up with more abrasion and stained than the red ones. For protecting the white balls from being dirty, it needs a harder coating.
5. How heavy is cricket ball?
A normal cricket ball weighs up 5½oz the inside of which is made of cork. It is wound round with string. The outside is wound with red leather stitched around creating a raised seam.
6. How many kinds of balls are there around the world?
Almost all the cricket balls that are used in cricket are all dark red in color. The manufacturer depends upon the location. At the Test match level, three basic balls are used. They are all manufactured in Kookaburra in Australia, West Indies, Pakistan,  New Zealand, Sri Lanka and South Africa.   In the limited overs cricket formats, Kookaburra balls are used irrespective of the location. Each country uses any of the ball freely according to their choice. This is the reason any particular cricket ball has not been brought into line by the International Cricket Council.
7. Why is the ball vulnerable to tampering?
Ball tampering is illegal. It modifies and affects its flight. The players are only allowed to shine the waxed leather exterior of their clothing or body or can dry it up it on a towel. They can’t apply anything on the ball, except, of course, saliva or sweat. They are also banned from intentionally rubbing or roughing it, or lifting or picking the seam.
8. How do I swing the ball in cricket?
Grasp the ball along the line of stitching. Grip it with the middle and index fingers on either side of the seam, with the ball resting on your thumb finger and third finger. Face the shiny side in the direction of the batsman. Leave the ball go with the seam pointing in the direction of the swing.
9. What is called the carom ball delivery?
The Carrom ball, which in few parts of India is also known as the sodukku ball, is a technique of spin delivery of the ball in cricket. The ball is released by tapping it between the thumb and a bent of the middle finger, in order to pass on spin.
10. How the complete manufacturing of ball is done?
Typically, the leather piece is used for manufacturing the cricket ball. First: cleaning, coloring and dying of the leather are done. Secondly, the leather pieces are cut into 4 pieces following the dimension of the ball, thirdly: now cut stitching of leather pieces into two sides. Fourthly, stitched leather pieces and crock balls are assembled. Fifthly, the final stitching of the ball is done as whole assembly. Finally, the ball is pressed into final shape.
1. Which wood is used to make Cricket bat?
Most of the Cricket bats are made of  soft and fibrous English willow  wood that gets the ideal characteristics, that is,  strength, durability, and balance, to perform in a cricket setting. The English willows are enhanced during the production all the way through the pressing and the drying of the timber.
2. How can I maintain the bat?
In order to get the most out of your bat,  it is important that the bat is maintained in a right way. The following methods are effective:
  • Keep from wet conditions
  • Avoid using second-rate or low-grade  balls
  • Try not to drive a ball pitching directly under the bat
  • Don't oil the bat excessively
Try to avoid limitless ill timed shots
3. How is the grip of the bat?
There is a rubber grip used to wrap the handle of the cricket bat. The place where the blade and handle meet is fortified with a wooden spring design.
4. How much does the bat weigh?
All the cricket bats, except the juniors’ are listed as light, medium and heavy. The balance and the pickup of the bat is more important than the "dead weight" of the bats. The length of the bat is generally not more than 38” or 965 mm and width no more than 4.25” or 108 mm. The weight remains in between 1.2 to 1.4kg. A tough and solid ball is used for playing cricket.
5. How heavy is the light weight bat?
As a rule a light bat weighs between 2lb 6oz and 2lb 9oz, a medium bat weighs 2lb 9oz to 2lb 11oz. On the other hand, a heavy bat weighs between 2lb 11oz and 3lb.
6. What to test when will I will buy first cricket bat?
When you buy a cricket bat for the first time, you need to knock the bat to avoid any damages of the bat when used. The knocking in activity can be carried out by using an old cricket ball or particular hammer strike the surface of the cricket bat.
7. Is there any variation in cricket bat?
When you are in the stores for buying cricket bats, various types of cricket bats are available there. They are sold in different sizes. You can pick the adult size, intermediate size harrow and child size. Check facts with the experts.
8. Is my cricket bat is ready to use instantly when I get it?
Definitely not. Even after the application of abrasive film that adheres to the face of the bat to prevent further damage of the blade, your bat needs few hours more for knocking prior to using in any match.
9. How was the original shape of the cricket bat?
The cricket bat, which was originally shaped in 1624, was like a hockey stick, which hit the ball out of the bowler’s hands. Then, with the change of the cricket laws in 1770, the bat was created straight shaped like a paddle, with deep V at the back and flat on the other side which is called a blade.
10. Is there difference between Indian bat and the other?
It is only in 1920s that the cricket bats were introduced in India. These are made of Kashmir willow woods and is heavier than the bats made of English willow. The Indian bats are knocked for six hours prior to use.
1. What is fielding in cricket?
Fielding is the technique of catching, bringing and returning the ball hit by the batsman. There are 9 fielders for each team, as one of the 11 will be the bowler, while another pursue the role of the wicket keeper.
2. Who takes the role of fielding?
Fielding is one of the important roles that players take up during a cricket match. This is done when their team bowl to the opposition.
3. What are the main aims of Fielder?
There are twofold aims of a fielder. One is to stop or minimize the runs of the opponent batsmen. This is best done by collecting the ball after it has been hit by the batsman  and returning it  to the wicket keeper as fast as doable, to stop scoring runs. The other aim is to retire  or dismiss the batsman either by catching the ball before it touches the ground or throwing the ball to fall the bail bonds on the top of the stumps. The successful execution of either of two wouldn’t allow the batsman to score run.
4. What are the different fielding position?
There are a number of fielding positions carrying on a variety of roles. The most important positions are:  a slip, gully, point, third man, fine leg, square leg, mid wicket, mid on, mid off, long off and long on. In addition to these, there are other positions of the fielders that are used in the cricket match.
5. How are the position of fielders determined?
The fielders positions are easily determined after the angle and distance in relation to the batsman. For example, “mid off”  is the position of the middle distance to the off side (ie the right side)of the direction facing by the batsman.
6. Which is the most significant fielder point in cricket match?
The point and the slip are the most significant positions in the field of cricket match because they are stationed in prime locations in order to catch the ball. Because of this, there is more than one slip in the game. The point fielders are also important to receive and catch potent shots. Both backward point and silly points are the variation of the point fielder.
7. Are the positions of fielders fixed on the field?
Fielders can be anywhere on the field, except the time the batsman is batting. In that case the fielders are not allowed to be over the wicket, and be in contact with the wicket in any way.
8. Can fielders put on helmets, leg guards and gloves?
If the fielders close to the batsman, are allowed use helmets and leg guards under their clothings. The wicket-keeper is positioned directly at the back of the batsman, and  the ball is thrown directly at him, so he is the only fielder who is allowed to wear gloves and leg guards externally.
9. Can fielder stand at the back a bowler?
This is a very controversial point in cricket association.  The MCC manual has not prevented a fielder being placed at the back of the umpire. . ... Under the laws of cricket, fielders are not permitted to move sideways  when the bowler is running in. But, they can move away or towards the batsman under the law of cricket.
10. What is a Cow corner in the cricket field?
The  part of the field approximately between the wide long-on and deep mid-wicket is called Cow corner. It is so called,  because few genuine shots are intended to this part of the field, where the fielders are hardly ever placed. It is so called as the cows could cheerfully graze in the area.
1. What is t20 cricket?
T20 cricket or Twenty20 cricket is a short cricket match limited to 20 overs. It lasts for about 80 minutes,  each innings with 30 minutes with  break  in between.
2. When did it begin?
The T20 format cricket  began in 2003 introduced by the England and Wales Cricket Board. It had undergone mixed feedback from cricket professionals and admirers.
3. Where did the t20 match play first?
The first ever t20 international match was played between New Zealand vs Australia at  Eden Park in Auckland. It was played on 17th February in the year of 2005.
4. When was the first t-20 cricket match played in India?
The first t20 match was played in India on 17th February, 2005 between Australia and New Zealand.
5. When did Indian Cricket team first play t20 match?
The Indian cricket team played its first t20 match during 2006-2007 series in South Africa under the captainship  of Virender Sehwag. India defeated the host country by six wickets, and claimed the series.
6. Where did t20 format cricket gain popularity?
This format  had gained much popularity in India,  where a number of teams were created, and a vigorously energetic T20 series is being played out every year amidst much elaboration. One of the most interesting  characteristics of the T20 format exercised in India is that a number of franchises include the players from the other countries also.
7. Does t20 format cricket help new players?
The participation of various countries  through the different franchises not only resulted in larger cross-country involvement in cricket,  but has also become a platform  for a range of new cricketers who build their career debuts through this cricket format.
8. What is the power play in t20 cricket?
Throughout the first 6 overs, not more than 2 fielders may stay outside the circle of 30-yard. This is known as a power play. And after the power play of first six overs, five fielders maximum may be in the outer area of the fielding circle.
9. How many bounces are allowed per over in t20 cricket?
The ICC altered it to 2 bouncers each over in the year 1994, with a 2 run and no-ball penalty if the bowler beats 2 bouncers per over
10. What’s called Super Over in t20 cricket match?
A Super Over, is a tie-breaking method, which is used in the cricket match of limited-overs. It is a shorter version of the match that consists of only of one over and 2 wickets per team.The Super Over is chiefly practised in Twenty20 cricket.