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One teams bats trying to score as many runs as possible, while the other team bowls - similar to pitching in baseball - and fields. A run is scored when the batter hits the ball and runs to the opposite end of the pitch and touching the crease without being dismissed.
Along with bringing Monday’s cricket match to Shrewsbury, Saqib said he hopes to organize an instructional camp for youths to learn the basics of the sport, such as batting, bowling and fielding next summer.
“Youth with potential will have the opportunity to play in some of the (Massachusetts State Cricket League) games after going through some practice or additional cricket clinics,” said Saqib. “The Christian Louboutin
game on Monday showed the interested parents there is competitive cricket being played in town and may get them to enroll their kids to the coaching camp.”
With the growing popularity of the sport in the region, Fazal Alam said he also hopes to organize a youth cricket league in the future as there are many competitive cricketers living in Shrewsbury and a league would help youths learn a new game while having fun.
“We firmly believe that a youth cricket league is possible as there are other towns like Wrentham and Milford that are already running coaching clinics for youths,” said Alam. “Cricket is a game that has bridged relationships between many countries as it is a true gentlemen’s game. We are encouraging youths to take up this sport.”