1. Earlier cricket used to thrivegreatly as a gambling game.People used to place hugeamounts of bets in matchesand thus the game started toget recognition. Cricket was infact a major gambling sporttowards the end of the 17thcentury .
2. By the 17th century thegame was quite popularas a rough rural pastime,but in the followingcentury the leisureclasses took up the sport,particularly in Sussex,Kent, and London.
3. In the year 1787, theMarylebone Cricket Clubalso known MCC wascreated. The MCC hassince then gone on tobecome one of the mostprominent bodies inworld cricket .
4. Late18th century wasa very crucial phasefor the development ofthe game, both withinand outside Britain.The game was spreadfar and wide mainlydue to England’simperialism .
5. History of cricket About the Spirit Preamble on the Spirit of cricket: Cricket is a game that owes much of its unique appeal to the fact that it should be played not only within its laws but also within the spirit of the game. Any action which is seen to abuse the Spirit causes injury to the Game itself.
6. History of cricket Big Events 164 by the late 1600s, The first recorded match took 6 it was noted that place in Kent fines were handed out for those missing church to 170 play. William Goldwyn published the 6 first description of the game. 1760s Cricket was popular and The worlds first cricket club widely documented in was formed in Hambledon England during the 1787 1700s. the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) was founded
7. Words about Cricket bat ball Pitch: a flat strip of ground 22 yards (20.12 m) long
8. Words about Cricket Umpire: referee Innings: a fixed-length segment during which one team attempts to score while the other team attempts to prevent the first from scoring. ( 击球局） Out: an act of putting a player out. Wicket: a set of wooden stumps at each end of the pitch Runs: points scored primarily by running between wickets after hitting the ball
9. Test Cricket the highest-regarded form ofthe game. the longest form of thesport of cricket .The name "Test" is thought to arise from the idea thatthe matches are a "test of strength" between the sidesinvolved. It seems to have been used first to describean English team that toured Australia in 1861-62.
10. One Day International CricketOne-day cricket is a version of the sport of cricket that iscompleted in one day,One-day international tournaments occur in various forms:The World CupTriangular TournamentOne-day International SeriesInternational Cricket CouncilChampions Trophy World cup team logos
11. Twenty20 Cricketa form of cricket, originally introduced inthe United Kingdom for professional inter-county competition by the England andWales Cricket Board (ECB) in 2003. a type of single innings cricket in whicheach team bats for a maximum of only 20overs .It is popular in English amateurcricket since at least the 1960s
12. Now it is played worldwide,and despite occasionalsuccesses, it is fair to say thatthe real power in the game hasshifted from England tonations such as South Africa,Australia, India, Pakistan,and the West Indies.