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Noun1.righthander - a person who uses the right hand more skillfully than the leftrighthander - a person who uses the right hand more skillfully than the left
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
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"I've played mainly with righthanders in the last 10 years so it's going to be a bit different playing with a left-hander, but it's exciting and we've got nothing to lose.
Full marks though to Carvel for playing the slimy Si so brilliantly - I even felt like giving him a couple of righthanders at one point.
"They have just the one lefthander in their top order, with the ball spinning into the righthanders. It's definitely a possibility.
Since then the righthanders have gone from strength to strength, setting the tempo for others to follow, even if Hales reined in his attacking instincts a touch in England's five-wicket win in Port Elizabeth.
All Rushworth's victims were righthanders beaten by balls moving into them, but Hain was more resolute in getting into line and showed excellent judgement of what to leave.
(Left-armer) Mark Footitt follows through quite straight, so there's a bit there to the righthanders for me.
What happened in this game is that since two righthanders were batting at that point of time, you wanted a left-right combination to make it difficult for the bowlers to execute their plans.
More quickly than anyone who lands a few righthanders on his opposite number.
And they more likely to earn up to 15 per cent more than righthanders in life.
"I think that he will bowl well to left-handers, but he's also caused problems for our righthanders in the Test series.