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Cricket

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Declan Glendinning

on 16 June 2015

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Transcript of Cricket

What Cricket Is
Is played around the world.
Two teams of 11 players
You elect to bat/bowl
Different forms of cricket
- 20 over games (Twenty20)
-Test match
-One dayer (50 overs)
Key players- Batsman, Bowler, Fielder/wicket keeper
Stumps, Bat, Ball, protection used.
Cricket is great to play for many reasons
Fitness
Fun
Teamwork Skills
Coordination
Bibliography
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cricket_field

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cricket_field

www.rebelsport.com.au

www.qldcricket.com.au

www.bbc.com



Cricket World Cup
By Tom Gordon, Declan Glendinning and Oskar McCook
Cricket Greats
There are lots of great players who have played cricket such as
Sachin Tendulkar
Don Bradman
Shane Warne
Why Play
Cricket
Teams

Aus
Eng
Ind
Rsa
Pak
Nz
Wi
Etc
Australian
Domestic
Big Bash
Indian
State
Ipl
England
County
T20 Blast
14 teams
10 through to round stages
Highest accolade
About every 4 years
Winners
1975-West Indies
1979-West Indies
1983-India
1987-Australia
1992-Pakistan
1996-Sri Lanka
1999-Australia
2003-Australia
2007-Australia
2011-India
2015-Australia
Internationa
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By Declan Glenndinning,
Oskar McCook And
Tom Gordon
Played in most countries over the world
2nd most watched game in the world
Played in 130+ countries
Heaps of club teams
Raise awareness of charity
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