Cricket is one of the widely played, popular team sport.It has evolved over the years and currently it is played in various different forms.
It is known for its rich terminology. The terms are quite difficult to understand by those not familiar with the game.For those just introducing themselves to the sport of cricket, this application will take them through the basics of the game.The application will help them in understanding all the terms used in the world of cricket including equipments, scoring system, batting shots, delivers, acronyms, rules and regulations.
The increasing popularity of the sport has reached a phase where a cricket match can give complete thrilling experience to spectators. To make it more and more interesting, governing bodies are making continuous changes to the rules and regulations of the game giving rise to the newer versions of cricket. Earlier, there used to be 5 Day Test match, then came the 120 over One Days, then 100 Over One days and currently the quickest version T20. Similar to the format, the terms have also changed and it becomes very difficult to keep abreast with the terminology.
The application will be the best guide for the beginners and the cricket lovers with lot of in-built features to quickly search the newly added terms and?organize their favorite terms with easy navigation.
The application will be updated on the regular basis to include the new rules and the terms being introduced by this new cricket playing generations.
Going further, the application has a potential to include the links to the informative websites, to integrate with the social networking?websites and thus to become a complete cricket bible.
This application "Cricket Terms" offers you easy-to-understand definitions for the most common cricket expressions!
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