Tom was abla e to throw a cricket ball
180ft over Lockwood Viaduct, re-enacting a feat achieved in 1935 and 1962.
"If you're not allowed to touch a cricket ball
, let's have standardised bats.
If a cricket ball
is used in a public space it can be dangerous and hence playing with a tennis or tape-ball is ideal.
Is there anything sweeter in this humdrum existence of ours than rising to pluck a cricket ball
out of the air, while still holding a pint of warm lager in one hand?
Craig Smith, 33, from Acklam, Middlesbrough, decided to wind-up his girlfriend April Robson, 25, by claiming that a cricket ball
found outside his flat had hit their friend Sean Walker on the head.
The ability of world XI all-rounder Andrew Flintoff and Simon Jones to gain aerial movement once the shine was off the Duke's ball played a major part in England's 2-1 victory and Ponting took a swipe when he said: "It is the only country in the world where you use a different cricket ball
. You use a Kookaburra cricket ball
in every series in the world except for England
An RAF airman died after being hit on the head by a cricket ball
during a match between two Services sides.
A Lahore based cricket ball
manufacturing factory would be dispatching a consignment order of 2,000 cricket balls
for the third edition of the Blind Cricket World Cup.
Both Tony Bower and Martin Calvert were there when a cricket ball
was hurled over the top of the 120ft high Lockwood Viaduct - four times in a row.
Yet the poor old cricket ball
has had nothing done to it in 100 years," he added.
A MOTHER was arrested and locked in a police cell for five hours after refusing to give children their cricket ball
Sehwag is a fantastic player and Gilchrist, although he has retired now, was simply a magnificent hitter of the cricket ball