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carrom

(ˈkærəm)
n
a varient spelling of carom
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Carrom Board (1890)-- This two-sided hardboard-playing surface made of solid pine features 100 different games, including Carroms, Crokinole, Billiards and Checkers (Age 6+; $37.
UIETLY practising in homes, clubs or basements of government offices, India's carrom players have time and again brought home laurels.
Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin foxed the Black Caps with his variation of carrom ball and returned with 18 wickets from
On the left, a group of men are playing carrom - an Asian game best described as a hybrid of draughts and billiards - on the right, market stalls sell handmade and bang-on-trend jewellery while, ahead, there are food stalls offering tempting dishes from every corner of the world.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Sports Matireals Carrom board with pons and stiker 32 x 32 , 1.
Herath has international experience, a lethal carrom ball in his arsenal and took three crucial wickets against Pakistan in the semis.
Ashwin's biggest asset is his line and length and once he got it right, he worked hard to add a few more variations to his game like the doosra and the carrom ball.
Game Zone: Ludo, Carrom, Snakes and ladders, puzzles
You hardly see the carrom ball, he is relying on his natural bowling action, his stock ball, giving the ball flight and putting more revs into it.
Tenders are invited for Carrom Board With 6 Mm Ply Full Size, 10 Cm X 5 Cm On Wheels.
Herath had been belted for a six and a switch-hit four by Warner but got his revenge when his carrom delivery took a bottom edge and carried to the wicketkeeper.
The carrom bowl is not coming out of his hands too often now but he is using it cleverly to deceive batsmen.