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- The key action takes place in a specially prepared area of the field
- A cricket match is played between 2 teams(or sides) The Laws of Cricket do not "popping" (or batting) crease, the bowling crease and two "return" creases.
- StANDArDONe-dAy INterNAtIONAl mAtCh plAyINg CoNDItIoNS
- Except as varied hereunder, the laws of cricket (2000 code 4th Edition - 2010) shall apply. Note: all ..
- Cricket Flyer (Page 1)
- Return crease. Batting crease. Under-arm no ball line.
- Recommended Guidelines - Kyabram & District Cricket Association
- The MCC laws of cricket and the ICC/ECB recommendations - relevant to ground preparation and markings*. 19. 3.
- Glossary of Cricket Terms 11
- BOUNDARY – The perimeter of a cricket field, marked broken. CREASE – One of the white lines marked on the pitch to popping crease, or return crease.
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- Crease (cricket) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Four return creases are drawn, one on each side of each set of stumps.
- Crease - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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- What is Return crease in Cricket? Definition and Meaning
- Return crease - Definition of Return crease from SportsDefinitions.com: This intersects the popping crease and consists of two lines that are 8.6ft apart.
- return crease (sports) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
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