cage cricket

cage cricket

n
a form of cricket played in an enclosed space, in which six players compete as individuals
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HE'S already tried more than 400 bizarre sports such as footgolf, rush hockey and cage cricket.
The former all-rounder is now promoting a version of his own sport, known as cage cricket.
The youth of today won't get bored with cage cricket either - this is when the problems start and carnage can set in as it did with the riots," he told the Telegraph.
Indeed, something called 'cage cricket' was launched recently, in a bid to make the game more 'urban'.
Cage cricket is the brainchild of former Hampshire player Lawrence Prittipaul and backed by Stuart Robertson, the man who invented Twenty20.
London, June 4(ANI): Cage cricket, a new form of cricket aimed at youngsters, has been launched in England by former captain Ian Botham.
Cage cricket is the brainchild of former Hampshire cricketer Lawrence Prittipaul, and is the result of four years of trial and development.