extra cover

extra cover

n
(Cricket) cricket a fielding position between cover and mid-off
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Chelsea have signed Ross Barkley from Everton for PS15million but he still wants extra cover through the door.
Gayle did get a lucky break while on 22 as he was dropped at extra cover by Dhaka captain Shakib al Hasan in the third ball of the sixth over.
Whittingham picked up his only wicket when last man Graham Onions spooned to extra cover and Durham were all out for 385.
City do need extra cover at the back if they are to survive the campaign.
After struggling to four off ten balls on his return to county duty against Worcestershire on Friday evening, this time he stroked the first ball of the match, from Olly Stone, to the extra cover boundary.
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When West Indies introduced Sunil Narine in the sixth over, Azam drove him through extra cover to the boundary.
Joyce hit the ball to extra cover and stopped running, thinking it had gone to the boundary, and the opener was run out.
And the South African claimed a third when England's Sam Billings holed out to Michael Hogan at extra cover for one.
But Hugh, of Buckie, Moray, had prepaid the rental with Holiday Autos in the UK and taken out extra cover with them.
Glam won the toss and opted to bat before a big crowd on the south coast and Colin Ingram struck the first boundaries as he savagely cut Tymal Mills for four before despatching the quickie through extra cover.
But Ingram, who had a short spell with Somerset last year, was quickly into his stride and took 18 runs off four successive balls from Alfonso Thomas, as he followed a six over extra cover with three fours, one swept behind square and two hit straight down the ground.