Cricket is a ball club sport, popular in many countries in the British Commonwealth community, played between two teams, each of 11 players, on a circular pitch. Two teams takes turns to play called serve and a batting.
The team throwers must catch the ball returned to the field. Two teams then try to hit and run back and forth to earn points for their team
In the beginning of the game, one team has two players holding bats and standing at both ends of a pitch.Each end has a three wicket . The team on the other side sends a pitcher – bowler and a number of people on the same team standing around waiting to hit the ball – fielder. The pitcher will have to throw the ball from one end of the field to the other side, the goal is to bounce the ball from the ground and break the three pillars of the other side. The person holding the stick of the opposing team must try to knock the ball out, protect the three cylinders on his side. While the ball was struck far away, two people with sticks had to run back and forth between the two ends of the field. Each run is counted as a run. The team throwers must catch the ball returned to the field. Two teams then try to hit and run back and forth to earn points for their team:
Break the cylinder when serving
Catching from the batter before the ball touches the pitch
Leg before wicket: Make the person knocking out the legs protruding first, the legs cover the cylinder and if the referee sees, will punish, remove.
Running from one end of the sector to the opposite three cylinders: 1 unit
Hit the ball bent the sting of the court: 4 cells
Polished without touching the ground, flying outside the boundary line (including flying into the stands): 6 cells
Cricket has several types of play