Pages

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Cricket Career of Sachin Tendulkar (in Details)

1 comment:
<img scr="http://crickettipsandtutorialshowto.blogspot.com/" alt="alter text" title="sachin Tendulkar" />The master Blaster of Cricket, Sachin Tendulkar is a former Indian cricketer widely acknowledged as the greatest batsmen of all time. He is called the 'God of Cricket'. He is considered as the greatest and most skillful Batsman of all time. He took up cricket at the age of eleven, made his Test debut against Pakistan at the age of sixteen, and went on to represent Mumbai domestically and India internationally for close to twenty-four years. He is the only player to have scored one hundred international centuries, the first batsman to score a double century in a One Day International, the only player to complete more than 30,000 runs in international cricket and the 16th player and first Indian to aggregate 50,000 runs or more in all forms of domestic and international recognised cricket.

Saturday, September 6, 2014

Cricket Career of Saeed Anwar

No comments:
<img scr="http://crickettipsandtutorialshowto.blogspot.com/" alt="alter text" title="saeed anwar" />Saeed Anwar was one of the greatest  Pakistani opening batsman and occasional Slow left arm orthodox bowler. He was born 6 September 1968, Karachi. He played international cricket between 1989 and 2003. He played 55 Test matches scoring 4052 with the help of eleven centuries, averaged 45.52. In 247 One Day Internationals (ODIs) he made 8824 runs at the average of 39.21. He made twenty centuries in ODIs which are more than any other Pakistani batsmen in this format.


Anwar got a pair at his Test debut against the West Indies in 1990, and scored 169 runs in his third Test against New Zealand in February 1994. In 1998–99, he became the third Pakistani to carry his bat through a Test innings, and scored his highest Test score of 188 not out. He made four ODI centuries at Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, including

Cricket Career of Andy Flower

No comments:
<img scr="http://crickettipsandtutorialshowto.blogspot.com/" alt="alter text" title="Andy FLower" />
 Andy Flower  is a former international cricketer for Zimbabwe who was born in born 28 April 1968 Cape Town, South Africa. He started from his high school days at Oriel Boys' High School and Vainona High School and played most of his career alongside his younger brother Grant Flower. He is considered to be one of the best wicket-keeper batsmen, alongside players like Australian Adam Gilchrist. He made his international debut in a One Day International against Sri Lanka at New Plymouth, New Zealand, in the 1992 Cricket World Cup. He was Zimbabwe's wicket-keeper for more than 10 years and statistically by far the finest batsman the country has fielded. A good player of spin, he made 550 runs in a Test series against India in 2000/01. This tally came in just four innings and he was only dismissed twice. He is one of the few players to score a century on ODI debut.

Monday, September 1, 2014

GRAEME SWANN'S SPIN BOWLING GRIP

No comments:


Graem Swann is a successful spin bowler. He talked AOC in an interview about his gripping. As he is the leading England’s best spin bowler, hope it will be helpful for the wrist spinners or learners. Let's know what he described in his interview:-

Wrist Spin Bowling Tips

No comments:


There are two types of spin bowlers. One - Wrist Spinner and Two. Finger Spinner. There are a lot of tricks to be a successful bowler. Now I am describing with you what you need to be a good wrist spinners.

Setting a One day fielding

No comments:


One-day cricket is all about scoring quickly - it's the fielding side's job to keep the runs down and pick up wickets.
Unlike Test cricket, the fielders are spread out to save the runs.
In July 2005, the International Cricket Council (ICC) announced changes to the way one-day cricket is played.
Before that time, for the first 15 overs, nine fielders, including the bowler and the wicket-keeper, had to be inside a 30-yard (27.5m) circle when the ball was bowled.
The circle was marked out by markers five yards (4.5m) apart, so the fielders - and umpires - knew where to stand.

Setting a Off-side fielding

No comments:


If your team has a bowler who can bowl a tight line and length just outside off stump, then it's possible to set an off-side field to reflect this.

Setting a defensive field

No comments:


A defensive field is often used if a team is conceding too many runs or if a bowler is struggling to bowl a regular line and length.
This field will limit the batsmen's run-scoring opportunities.

Setting a leg-side fielding

No comments:

Bowling to a leg-side field is usually seen as a defensive move.
It can be used to stop the flow of runs, particularly against a batsman who's especially strong through the off-side.

How to set fielding

No comments:

A fielding captain's job is to get the opposition out for as few runs as possible.
To do this, they need to set fields which will help to take wickets and stop the flow of runs.
Unfortunately these two things don't go hand-in-hand, so a captain must either sacrifice runs to get wickets or risk taking fewer wickets to stop runs.

Translate