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pace bowler

n
(Cricket) cricket a bowler who characteristically delivers the ball rapidly
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pace bowler

n (Cricket) → Pace Bowler m, Werfer, der die Bälle sehr schnell wirft
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England have long hoped to bring a left-arm pace bowler back into the reckoning, especially in their limited-overs plans.
Dubai Meyrick Pringle, South African pace bowler, was impressed by the youngsters' willingness to work hard during a coaching clinic he conducted for
Colombo, July 20 ( ANI ): South African pace bowler Dale Steyn guided his side to a 153-run win over Sri Lanka as the first Test of the two-match series concluded on Sunday at Colombo.
The Tykes kept themselves firmly in the top flight title race with their 271-run win over Northamptonshire at Wantage Road, which was achieved without the services of the Huddersfield-born pace bowler who is struggling to overcome an injured left hamstring.
The pace bowler caught Rachael Haynes and then had Meghann Lanning caught behind off one of her own deliveries in Hove.
Dimitri Mascarenhas removed Phil Mustard in his first over and left-arm pace bowler Chris Wood sent back Scott Borthwick and skipper Mark Stoneman.
Pakistan's most experienced pace bowler Umar Gul managed just five wickets in two Tests at an average of 45 when the team were whitewashed by South Africa in a recent away series.
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PACE bowler Steven Finn can expect to be in the thick of it tomorrow when England begin the third Test against India in Kolkata, but if so he will spare a thought for Stuart Broad.
Pace bowler Broad was passed fit despite a virus on the eve of the second Test and then appeared short of his best in a match dominated by spin as England levelled the four-match series.
Pace bowler Lou Dawber did the damage, bagging 7-60 off 18 overs.
Summary: Pakistan pace bowler Shoaib Akhtar is to retire from international cricket after the World Cup.