misfield

misfield

(ˌmɪsˈfiːld) sport
vb (tr)
to fail to field properly or adequately
n
a failure to field properly or adequately
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And he remained furious throughout the innings reprimanding every misfield and scolding the bowlers for bad deliveries.
Needing 16 off the final over, Australia fell just short as Brunt took a priceless catch on the boundary to hand Gunn a second wicket and although a Sciver misfield meant a six from the final ball would have won it, Jess Jonassen was unable to oblige.
Needing 10 from the final two balls, Australia were kept alive by a misfield from Natalie Sciver to concede four, but Jess Jonassen was unable to find the maximum she needed from the last.
Bell's run out four overs later going for a second on a misfield meant Warwickshire had two new batsmen in and the innings stalled against tight bowling backed up by sharp fielding.
Patrick Ah Van brought the Widnes fans to their feet with a dashing 50-metre burst from his own line and the Vikings would have gone ahead had Whitley not fumbled Mellor's kick after Anthony Gelling's misfield.
Asghar didn't go for the second run on a misfield at long off and then ended up scoring only three runs with his partner Yasir Ali (6 not out) from the remaining four deliveries, falling two runs short of the target at the Abu Dhabi Cricket Council's Nursery Oval-2.
There was a slight misfield and I'm delighted to get over the line.
And then, with eight balls to go for the batting Powerplay, they attempted a tight single off a Glenn Maxwell misfield, and Misbah was found short despite diving in.
The pointing of fingers, and you'd hear a few expletives if there was a misfield or a dropped catch.
In front of 40,000 people you don't really want to drop a catch or misfield.
Bell was soon bringing up his 18th Test hundred - his grittiest and most significant yet - with a scampered single, courtesy of a misfield.
The last thing required at that stage was a spot of self-destruction but that's what followed when Tim Ambrose chose to run on a misfield and was beaten by Alex Wakeley's direct hit.