Leg stump

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(Cricket) the stump nearest to the batsman.

See also: Stump

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In the fifth over Zak Crawley, on nine, pushed halfforward and outside the line of a Ben Coad off-cutter to go lbw, then in his next over, Coad ripped out the off and leg stumps of Matt Renshaw with another low-bouncing off-cutter to end the Australian Test batsman's final innings of his disappointing Kentish stay.
I was told that I would never walk again since I had no leg stumps. A dedicated and persistent VA prosthetist scavenged leg prosthetics and devised a lower trunk socket with attached modified hip joints, then machined them to use in an unorthodox assembly.
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Now he is able to run, jump and twirl using custom-made plastic caps to protect his leg stumps. He keeps his balance at the classes in Louth, Lincs, using his left arm and head.