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50:50. 15. 100 runs!. 14. 90 runs. 13. 80 runs. Who Wants to be a Cricket Centurion?. 12. 70 runs. 11. 60 runs. 10. 50 runs. 9. 40 runs. 8. 30 runs. 7. 20 runs. 6. 10 runs. 5. 5 runs. 4. 4 runs. 3. 3 runs. 2. 2 runs. 1. 1 run. 15. 100 runs!. 14. 90 runs. 13.

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How many players are in a cricket team?

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A: 6

B: 3

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D: 11

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What are the people who officiate cricket called?

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A: Referees

B: Stumps

C: Umpires

D: Police officers

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What is cricket normally played on?

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A: Grass

B: Playground

C: Astroturf

D: Sand

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Which of the following is a famous cricketer?

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A: Daffy Duck

B: Kevin Pietersen

C: Donald Duck

D: David Beckham

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How many balls are in an over in a game of cricket?

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A: 6

B: 22

C: 11

D: 5

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Congratulations!

Congratulations!

Congratulations!

You’ve Reached

5 runs

Keep going!

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Which of the following is not a way of getting out in cricket?

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A: Knocked out

B: Bowled out

C: Caught out

D: Run out

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Which two countries compete for the Ashes?

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A: Bulgaria & Latvia

B: Iraq & Iran

D: England & Australia

C: India & Pakistan

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There are three major parts to a cricket game; bowling, batting and …?

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A: Fielding

B: Sleeping

C: Breathing

D: Eating

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What does this umpiring signal mean?

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A: Six runs

B: Out!

D: Four runs

C: Look, no hands!

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What is the fielder behind the stumps called?

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A: Stuart

B: Wicket Keeper

D: Silly mid off

C: Bat Stop

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Congratulations!

Congratulations!

Congratulations!

You’ve Reached

a half a century

Raise your bat!

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What is it called when you get out on your very first ball?

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A: Golden retriever

B: Golden Buddha

C: Golden duck

D: Embarrassing

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What colours do cricketers traditionally wear and still do in the long format of the game?

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A: Green

B: White

D: Blue

C: Pink

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What does LBW stand for?

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B: Leg, Before, Wicket

A: Lift, Bat, Whack!

C: Lovely, Butterfly, Wings

D: Launch, Ball, Wildly

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Where is the ‘home’ of cricket?

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B: Lord’s London

A: Chepstow

D: Nottingham

C: Manchester

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What type of wood is a cricket bat made from?

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B: Balsa Wood

A: Willow

C: Oak

D: Mahogany

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YOU SCORED 100 RUNS

YOU REALLY KNOW YOUR CRICKET!