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04/29/2009

The cricketer was proud of his progress as a batsman and invited his mother-in-law along to watch him play, hoping to impress her.
At the crease, he turned to the wicket-keeper and said 'I'm anxious to do well and really hit this ball. That's my wife's mother over there.'
'Don't be silly,' said the wicket-keeper. 'You'll never hit her at two hundred yards.
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What is cricket ?

    *  You have two sides one out in the field and one in .
    *  Each man that's in the side that's in goes out and when he's out he comes in and the next man goes in until he's out .
    *  When they are all out the side that's out comes in and the side that's been in goes out and tries to get those coming in out .
    *  Sometimes you get men still in and not out .
    *  When both sides have been in and out including the not outs , THAT'S THE END OF THE GAME !

HOWZAT !!!!!

Perfect fit!
 
Two rival cricketers got talking. “The local team wants me to play for them badly” said the first cricketer. “That’s cool, you are the perfect man for the job,” said the other.
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Batsman and Wicket Keeper

The nervous young batsman was having a terrible time and was lucky to still be at the crease. During a lull, he stammered to the wicket keeper, 'Well, I expect you've seen worse players.'
Silence....
He said 'I said I expect you've seen worse players.'
'I heard you the first time. I was just trying to think.'
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The captain was in despair at his side's fielding. Match after match, they dropped every chance that came their way. Finally one day the captain called his men together and told them that he was taking them fishing.
What for? they asked.
'To make sure you catch something this season!'
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An American had been told to go to a cricket match while he was in England. He watched with pleasure as the teams came out and the batsman scored four runs off the first six balls. Then the umpire called "OVER". "Well," he said, getting up, "it's a nice game - but it's very short!"



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