nurdle


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nurdle

(ˈnɜːdəl)
vb (tr)
(Cricket) to score runs in cricket by deflecting (the ball) rather than striking it hard
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Roy said: "I'm not the sort of player who will go out there and nurdle it around for the first 10.
Roy said: "I am not the sort of player who will go out there and nurdle it around for the first 10.
They practiced their sweep shots and look to nurdle the ball square and it paid off.
Runs continued to be at a premium in the afternoon session with Sayers content to nudge and nurdle his way to a carefully made half century.
Runs continued to be at a premium in the afternoon session, with Sayers content to nudge and nurdle his way to a carefully made half-century.
He will be tempted to change his technique and try to nurdle quick runs and I think that will cost him Test runs," Botham said.
The animated parts of the show star the brand's Nurdle toothpaste characters, the tooth fairy and a boy called Oily.
But Nudge And Nurdle is really consistent and he'll do for me.
The Grand Sefton Handicap Chase is also over the National fences and this could go to Nudge And Nurdle (12.
Trott finally per-ishedbottom-edging a weary pull, eight overs from the close and Carter holed out to deep extra cover but last pair Woakes and Tahir need to nurdle just a single today to secure a fourth batting point.
But though the wicket-keeper claimed to have an easy night's sleep, he was glad to see Ashley Noffke's opening delivery of the second day with the new ball pushed onto leg stump allowing him to nurdle it around the corner for the key single.