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Equipment in Cricket that Beginners should know

Updated: Sep 7, 2022


 Equipment in Cricket that Beginners should know BY 11IC BLOG

Cricket is one of the smooth game. One player will deliver the ball and the other one will going to hit it. Yet, like other sports, Cricket also have rules, equipment and guides on how to play and by that you must learn.


On this article, I will explain all about the equipment on playing cricket, and the some rules and regulation that needed to follow on this sport. And by the end of this article, you will be ready for your first game.


Cricket is played between two teams and each team have 11 players. Like baseball, one team will deliver while the other takes the field. The objective of the game is to score more runs than the resistance. That’s how simple it is.


Here are the basic equipment you will need to use to play Cricket.


First is the Cricket Bat, this thing is the stick that used to hit ball to score runs. It is also indicated on the rules, that a bat can be 38 inches in length and 4.5 inches in width. I recommend to use a lighter bat when you are starting out.


Second, the Cricket Ball. Cricket ball is round and the color is usually red or white, it is made of leather. Red ball is used in day matches or a longer games while the Whiter ball is only used in short period of match, whether its day or night.


Third thing is Stumps, these things are the wooden sticks that are routed to the ground. There are two wickets that placed on opposite sides of the angle.



Lastly, the Ground and Pitch. The ground for cricket is in rounded shape, Pitch is known on where the batsman plays.



As a beginner, you should learn the basic equipment and how to use it or what is the importance of those things. Those basic knowledge is the first thing you need to learn.

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