fieldsman


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fields·man

 (fēldz′mən)
n. Sports
A fielder in cricket.

fieldsman

(ˈfiːldzmən)
n, pl -men
(Cricket) cricket another name for fielder
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fieldsman - a member of the cricket team that is fielding rather than batting
cricketer - an athlete who plays cricket
outfielder - a fielder in cricket who is stationed in the outfield
Translations

fieldsman

n pl <-men> (Cricket) → Fänger m
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Following his retirement Mr Symons will continue to be involved in livestock through his work as a fieldsman for the Luing Cattle Society.
Fieldsman has hit the bar on his last two starts but can gain his moment in the spotlight in the Nick Quinn 50 Not Out Handicap.
10 Yarmouth Still a maiden for the yard after seven starts since joining David O'Meara, Fieldsman dropped to a career-low mark for his last run at Redcar and gave notice he can soon cash in when beaten a neck in second by better-fancied stablemate Hajjam.
Gary Pratt, the substitute fieldsman, runs in, picks the ball up and runs out me, at a crucial moment of the match.
It was silent on a fieldsman anticipating where the ball is going based on the movement of a batsman.
Silk, who has been rated by former Australian captain Ricky Ponting as the best fieldsman in Australia, revealed that he always practices taking remarkable diving catches, adding that he just stuck out his hand and the ball 'stuck' onto it.
The council's countryside service runs events all year round and this year, Colin Antwis of Fieldsman Trails, Mold has been commissioned to add his expertise.
For seven years, he was fieldsman and manager of the Massachusetts Selective Breeders Association.
He was dropped on 37 by Cosker but the fieldsman had his revenge when Smith was sent back chancing a risky single and run out by a direct hit.
However, the Bangladesh captain was unlucky to be given out caught at ground level by Ross Taylor as television replays suggested the ball did not carry to the fieldsman.
Wells fell in the fast bowler's next over when he tried to hit him over the head of Wright at deep mid-on and the fieldsman held a fine catch.
That was to be the first of three wickets to fall for only 21 to McMillan, Prince chipping a catch to long-off and Mark Boucher trying to go big but failing to beat the boundary fieldsman in the same position.