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What is the total length of Cricket pitch ?

20-yard
21-yard
22-yard
23-yard



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An bowling over in cricket contains how many bowls ?

4
5
6
7



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In 16th century, cricket was known as

Creccket
Creckket
Creecket
Creckett



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Which country won the first officially recognised Test match ?

USA
Canada
England
Australia



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In which year, South Africa was banned from international cricket ?

1937
1949
1962
1970



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The total height of the wicket including bails is

27.5 inches
28.5 inches
29.5 inches
30.5 inches



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According to Laws of Cricket, the total length of the bat should not be more than

36 inches
38 inches
40 inches
42 inches



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According to Laws of Cricket, a bowler can maximum straighten his arm to

12 degrees
13 degrees
14 degrees
15 degrees



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Which is not a way of batsman being out

Side out
Handled the ball
Timed out
Hit the ball twice



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Frank Worrell Trophy is a series between

Australia and South Africa
Australia and England
Australia and West Indies
Australia and Pakistan



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Cricket was first played in southern England in the 16th century. By the end of the 18th century, it had developed into the national sport of England. The expansion of the British Empire led to cricket being played overseas and by the mid-19th century the first international matches were being held.

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