cover point


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cover point

n
(Cricket) cricket
a. a fielding position in the covers
b. a fielder in this position
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Next man Adil Rashid top-edged to cover point as if he wanted to gift a wicket for Yasir's incisive bowling.
Surrey's spinning all-rounder, playing against Lancashire at Old Trafford, was fielding at cover point when Ashwell Prince hit a powerful square drive to his left.
It read: "Zafar Ansari has had to leave the field after injuring his hand trying to take a catch at cover point .
Warner skied Stokes to Broad at wide mid-on, Marsh edged the right-armer to Root at third slip and Smith flayed Broad to cover point where Stokes held a fine low catch.
The new ball came and went with Prince majestically driving Hogan for three fours in succession in an arc between mid-off and cover point.
Particularly to cover point IT services Benefits Business Intelligence but also the benefits related to the software Peoplesoft and management of projects and business management.
London, May 22 ( ANI ): Former England cricketer Harold Larwood, who was the main component of the 'bodyline' bowling style, has said that his captain Douglas Jardine asked him to stand at short cover point and just stare at Sir Don Bradman despite being seriously injured.
AS RAHUL Dravid's shot against Bhuvneshwar Kumar crossed the cover point boundary, the giant screen at the Sawai Man Singh Stadium here flashed ' Rolling back the years.
Having conceded 14 runs in his two overs, Yuvraj delighted his team-mates and fans as he gleefully caught a skier at cover point to dismiss James Franklin.
Having given away 14 runs in his two overs, Yuvraj delighted his teammates and fans as he gleefully caught a skier at cover point to dismiss Franklin.
He was also a very good fielder at cover point and ran like a terrier.
Middlesex then slumped to 160 for seven but Steven Crook hit 61 off 40 balls with five fours and two sixes, Tom Smith (27) joined him in an eighth-wicket stand of 66 in 11 overs, and they were driving Yorkshire to distraction until Smith drove Richard Pyrah to mid-off and Crook sliced Ryan Sidebottom to cover point.