legside

legside

(ˈlɛɡˌsaɪd)
n
the part of a the field to the left of a right-handed batsman as he faces the bowler
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Smith may be more unorthodox in his approach, with bizarre offbalance cover drives contrasting sharply with Labuschagne's frequent legside flicks, but both players' success has been based on their impeccable judgement and patience.
And at 93 for two at the halfway stage, Rilee Rossouw and Sam Northeast faced an uphill struggle as Glamorgan piled on the pressure, and the former was caught impressively low by Marchant de Lange on the legside ropes for 24.
DAR Gave David Warner not out first ball caught down the legside when he actually hit it.
Opener Hemphrey had faced 254 balls, striking a six and eight fours in his 72 before feathering an innocuous Toby Roland-Jones delivery down the legside to wicketkeeper John Simpson.
Opener Hemphrey had faced 254 balls, striking a six and eight fours in his 72 before feathering a Toby Roland-Jones delivery down the legside to wicketkeeper John Simpson.
Eckersley notched his second half-century of the term after nudging the ball down the legside. However, he could not push on, edging a delivery from Barnard through to Riki Wessels at first slip.
New Zealand lost two quick wickets, Woakes given an lbw in the first over which would have been overturned if reviewed, and Buttler taking an outstanding legside catch.
The skipper then hoisted Hafeez for two legside sixes in as many balls.
Hafeez lofted a loose legside delivery from Wood for six to go into the 80s, only to fall when he drove a catch to Woakes at long-off.
Vince's attractive innings ended when he was caught down the legside by Pakistan captain and wicket-keeper Sarfraz Ahmed off Imad Wasim, but Morgan kept the runs coming, taking 14 off three successive balls from medium-pacer Faheem Ashraf.
Vince had made 36 from 27 balls when umpire Alex Wharf felt he had feathered a delivery from Wasim down the legside.
Front foot, back foot, offside, legside, you name it.