extra cover

extra cover

n
(Cricket) cricket a fielding position between cover and mid-off
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Freddie and Jamie slipped off their tops as they enjoyed a paddle later, while Romesh opted for extra cover - and kept his T-shirt on.
Insurance sellers know that you are most susceptible to buying extra cover at the time of purchase.
But the left-arm seamer made amends later in the over as Cooke drilled the Dutchman into the hands of Alex Blake at extra cover and 54/2 saw David Lloyd make his way to the middle.
Catches are worth ten points each on Sporting's market and Pollard, an excellent boundary fielder, took a sharp one-handed catch at extra cover against Delhi.
CDA in its report mentions that the extra cover area of these 58 farmhouses will be removed or demolished but after the final direction issued by the top court.
Then speak to an independent financial adviser to see if you need to top that up with any extra cover.
Then, speak to an independent financial advisor to see if you need to top that up with any extra cover.
Gayle did get a lucky break while on 22 as he was dropped at extra cover by Dhaka captain Shakib al Hasan in the third ball of the sixth over.
The last batsman, Wahab Riaz, was caught out at extra cover on a ball by Herath.
When West Indies introduced Sunil Narine in the sixth over, Azam drove him through extra cover to the boundary.
But Hugh, of Buckie, Moray, had prepaid the rental with Holiday Autos in the UK and taken out extra cover with them.