WATCH: Batsman throws bat at teammate, umpire holding pint in most ‘village’ cricket run out ever
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A local cricket match has gone viral amid a remarkable patch-work scene. As the batsman walks off after being run-out, he throws his bat in frustration. However, he accidentally throws it straight ...
In cricket, batting is the act or skill of hitting the ball with a bat to score runs and prevent the loss of one's wicket.Any player who is currently batting is a batter, batsman or batswoman, regardless of whether batting is their particular area of expertise.
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Australian opening batsman Bill Woodfull was the first cricketer to carry the bat two times in Test cricket. In cricket , the phrase " carrying the bat " refers to a situation in which an opening batter remains not out at the end of an innings where all the 10 wickets have fallen;  the other 10 players in the team have all been dismissed . 
Lower order batsmen are usually the ones that bat from number 8 to number 11 in a cricket team. The batters in these positions are likely to be specialist bowlers or all-rounders. Nowadays though, all lower order batsmen are expected to be able to contribute with the bat, and as a result they will all work pretty hard on their batting during net sessions.
Always stand facing the bowler with your feet shoulder-width apart. Bend your body with your hips, keeping your back straight. As you hold the bat ready, point your non-dominant shoulder towards the bowler and make sure to keep your eyes on the ball. Your shoulders shouldn’t drop and must be at eye level at all times.
A furious cricketer was caught on camera hurling a bat at his partner during a match so chaotic that the footage has gone viral. A clip of the match, thought to be a friendly played in an English...
Cricket bats are made up of willow. They are mainly of two types – the English willow and the Kashmir Willow. English willow is the most popular one and is costlier of the two because it is soft and fibrous which imparts the right characteristics to a bat – balance, power, and durability.