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Slide 1 - Howzatt !!!An Introduction to Cricket Avneesh Sud
Slide 2 - Howzatt !!! Outline Brief History Rules Demo! Advanced Techniques (Gokul)
Slide 3 - Howzatt !!! Outline Brief History Rules Demo! Advanced Techniques (Gokul)
Slide 4 - Howzatt !!! A Gentleman’s Game… Marylebone Cricket Club formed in London in 1787 The ‘Home of Cricket’
Slide 5 - Howzatt !!! … And A ‘Religion’ Fanatic levels of support in South Asia
Slide 6 - Howzatt !!! Outline Brief History Rules Demo! Advanced Techniques (Gokul)
Slide 7 - Howzatt !!! Outline Brief History Rules Basics Equipment & Field Players Play: Scoring & Getting Out Winning Demo! Advanced Techniques (Gokul)
Slide 8 - Howzatt !!! Outline Brief History Rules Basics Equipment & Field Players Play: Scoring & Getting Out Winning Demo! Advanced Techniques (Gokul)
Slide 9 - Howzatt !!! Basics Similar to baseball ( ) 2 Teams: 11 players each Batting Team – bats an innings and scores runs Fielding Team – bowls and gets batting team out Reverse roles after an innings Team with most runs wins
Slide 10 - Howzatt !!! Outline Brief History Rules Basics Equipment & Field Players Play: Scoring & Getting Out Winning Demo! Advanced Techniques (Gokul)
Slide 11 - Howzatt !!! Equipment Ball
Slide 12 - Howzatt !!! Equipment Ball Bat
Slide 13 - Howzatt !!! Equipment Ball Bat Wickets ≈ ‘Plate’ Stumps Bails
Slide 14 - Howzatt !!! Equipment Ball Bat Wickets Stumps Bails Protective Gear Helmet, Gloves, Pads,…
Slide 15 - Howzatt !!! Field Oval Field ≈ ‘Diamond’ No size restrictions, 100-160 yards across Pitch in center ≈ ‘Inside Baselines’ Pitch
Slide 16 - Howzatt !!! Pitch Wickets / Stumps ≈ ‘Plate’
Slide 17 - Howzatt !!! Pitch Batting Crease ≈ ‘Home Plate’
Slide 18 - Howzatt !!! Pitch Bowling Crease ≈ ‘Pitching Mound’
Slide 19 - Howzatt !!! Outline Brief History Rules Basics Equipment & Field Players Play: Scoring & Getting Out Winning Demo! Advanced Techniques (Gokul)
Slide 20 - Howzatt !!! Players (Batting Team) Batsman (2) ≈ ‘Batter’ Striker ≈ ‘Home Base’
Slide 21 - Howzatt !!! Players (Batting Team) Batsman (2) ≈ ‘Batter’ Striker ≈ ‘Home Base’ Non-striker ≈ ‘Other Base’
Slide 22 - Howzatt !!! Players (Fielding Team) Bowler (1) ≈ ‘Pitcher’
Slide 23 - Howzatt !!! Players (Fielding Team) Wicket-Keeper (1) ≈ ‘Catcher’
Slide 24 - Howzatt !!! Players (Fielding Team) Fielders (9) Wicket-keeper, bowler also fielders
Slide 25 - Howzatt !!! Officials Umpires (2)
Slide 26 - Howzatt !!! Outline Brief History Rules Basics Equipment & Field Players Play: Scoring & Getting Out Winning Demo! Advanced Techniques (Gokul)
Slide 27 - Howzatt !!! The Play: One ‘Ball’ Bowler bowls the ball to striker Striker tries to hit ball with bat Runs scored No runs scored Gets out
Slide 28 - Howzatt !!! Scoring Runs ‘Running’ runs Ball remains inside the field Batsmen run across the pitch Striker ↔ Non-striker Each crossing of pitch = 1 run Score 1, 2, 3 or 4 runs
Slide 29 - Howzatt !!! Scoring Runs Boundary: 4 runs Ball rolls outside the field Batsmen do not run across
Slide 30 - Howzatt !!! Scoring Runs Boundary: 4 runs Ball rolls outside the field Batsmen do not run across
Slide 31 - Howzatt !!! Scoring Runs Boundary: 6 runs ≈ ‘Home Run’ Ball flies outside the field Batsmen do not run across
Slide 32 - Howzatt !!! Scoring Runs Boundary: 6 runs ≈ ‘Home Run’ Ball flies outside the field Batsmen do not run across
Slide 33 - Howzatt !!! Scoring Runs No runs scored Striker misses / Ball goes direct to fielder Batsmen do not run across
Slide 34 - Howzatt !!! Getting Out ‘Strike Out’ ‘Caught Out’ ‘Thrown Out’
Slide 35 - Howzatt !!! Getting Out Bowled ≈ ‘Strike Out’ Ball hits stumps
Slide 36 - Howzatt !!! Getting Out Bowled ≈ ‘Strike Out’ Ball hits stumps
Slide 37 - Howzatt !!! Getting Out Bowled ≈ ‘Strike Out’ Ball hits stumps
Slide 38 - Howzatt !!! Getting Out Caught ≈ ‘Caught Out’ Fielder catches ball before it touches the ground
Slide 39 - Howzatt !!! Getting Out Caught ≈ ‘Caught Out’ Fielder catches ball before it touches the ground
Slide 40 - Howzatt !!! Getting Out Run-out ≈ ‘Thrown Out’ Batsmen run across Fielder hits stumps with ball before batsman reaches batting crease
Slide 41 - Howzatt !!! Getting Out Run-out ≈ ‘Thrown Out’ Batsmen run across Fielder hits stumps with ball before batsman reaches batting crease
Slide 42 - Howzatt !!! Getting Out Leg Before Wicket (LBW) Striker does not hit ball with bat Ball hits striker Ball was going to hit stumps Appeal to Umpire - “Howzatt !!”
Slide 43 - Howzatt !!! Getting Out Leg Before Wicket (LBW) Striker does not hit ball with bat Ball hits striker Ball was going to hit stumps Appeal to Umpire - “Howzatt !!”
Slide 44 - Howzatt !!! Getting Out Other Ways Stumped Hit-Wicket Handled Ball Double Hit Timed Out Obstructing the field Only ONE batsman can get out / ball
Slide 45 - Howzatt !!! Outline Brief History Rules Basics Field & Equipment Players Scoring & Getting Out Winning Demo! Advanced Techniques (Gokul)
Slide 46 - Howzatt !!! Test Matches Match lasts up to 5 days One innings = (all) 10 batsmen get out Batting team ↔ Fielding team Each team plays (up to) 2 innings Team with maximum runs wins
Slide 47 - Howzatt !!! Scorecard A England vs. Australia England (1st innings): 237 all out Australia (1st innings): 412 all out England (2nd innings): 375 all out Australia (2nd innings): 201 for 5 412+201 > 237+375 Result: Australia wins by 5 wickets
Slide 48 - Howzatt !!! Scorecard B India vs. Pakistan Pakistan (1st innings): 105 all out India (1st innings): 492 all out Pakistan (2nd innings): 235 all out 492 > 105+235 Result: India wins by an innings
Slide 49 - Howzatt !!! Recap 2 Teams: 11 players each Batting Team – bats an innings and scores runs Fielding Team – bowls and gets batting team out Reverse roles after an innings Team with most runs wins
Slide 50 - Howzatt !!! Outline Brief History Rules Demo! Advanced Techniques (Gokul)
Slide 51 - Howzatt !!! References MCC: http://www.lords.org/cricket/laws.asp BBC Sports Academy: http://news.bbc.co.uk/sportacademy/bsp/hi/cricket/rules/html/default.stm Antony Hosking: http://www.cs.purdue.edu/homes/hosking/cricket/explanation.htm
Slide 52 - Howzatt !!! Field
Slide 53 - Howzatt !!! Pitch
Slide 54 - Howzatt !!! Pitch: Dimensions Stumps 20.12m (22 yards) 17.68m 3.05m (10 ft) Batting Crease
Slide 55 - Howzatt !!! From A Shepherd’s Game… Similar game played by shepherds in England in 13th century ‘Cric’ = Curved staff used by a shepherd