Where did cricket start?

Answer Although the origin of cricket is unknown, the household accounts of Edward I of England in the year 1300 mention a game resembling cricket being played in Kent. Cricket was played throughout Engla... Read More »

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Will a cricket eat a dead cricket?

Crickets can be cannibalistic, and will readily eat dead and living insects--including other crickets. When keeping feeder crickets, it is important to remove any dead crickets to prevent others fr... Read More »

How far can a cricket hop?

How high a cricket can jump depends on its species. Field crickets can jump about 3 feet, while bush crickets generally jump about 1 foot, although they are capable of jumping up to 2.16 feet. Mole... Read More »

What does n/r mean in cricket?

In cricket, the letters "NR" stand for no result. In a match with no result, neither team is deemed the winner. A "no result" match occurs when at least one team is unable to complete its innings b... Read More »

How to Bat in Cricket?

Batting in cricket involves physical and mental skills. A successful cricket batter, or batsman, defends the wicket (3 vertical rods or "stumps" staked into the ground and topped with 2 horizontal ... Read More »