In Australia, summer would not be complete without cricket. Australians play cricket at all picnics and picnic, they play on the field, on the beach, on the road, in the park and on the world’s leading stadiums.
Australian cricket teams in wide, green caps dominate the TV screens of Australians. In Australia, cricket is almost a religion, uniting all players and fans of all backgrounds.
It’s not just Australia that has been obsessed with cricket from November to February. Cricket lovers around the world avidly watch the tournament in Australia, with matches between the Australian team and national teams Other headlines around the world take place in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Hobart and Perth. These include competitive matches that last from 3 to 5 days, single matches and twenty series, which means each team will play one time and be thrown 20 ring. In a typical fighting match, the game starts at 10 am and ends at 6 pm. Single matches and twenty matches can begin in the afternoon and end late in the evening.
The countries will take turns to participate, and in the summer of 2009/2010 will be India and Pakistan. Other countries that are strong in cricket are South Africa, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and the UK – Australia’s favorite competitor in the “Ashes” tournament. The Ashes is a long-standing tournament with a tarred triangle of coal placed in an ashes in MCC.
The love of Australians for this sport is evident on the field – The Australian cricket team takes the No. 1 position in the fighting tournament and No. 2 in the Japanese single. Australians worship fast, throwing, middle-speed pitchers and even underhand throwers. Australia’s cricket heroes include Sir Donald Bradman, Ritchie Benaud, the Chappell brothers, Lillee, Thomo & Max, the Waugh brothers, Shane Warne and Glen McGrath. Cricket has produced the nation’s heroes and brought the best sports moments to this country.
This is a sport of the old gentlemen and is welcomed by all walks of life. Players preserve the tradition of stopping for lunch, rain and dim lighting. While the members boast the position of noble members, the yobbo cheers passionately from the hill.
Cricket created a great passion, fans of this sport crossed the earth to witness their heroes. Groups of fans are organized and go together. They are united by the same goodwill and undying loyalty to their team. The British have a Barmy Army cheerleader team, and the Australian fans’ team is called Fanatics.
For those who are not familiar, this sport for men also has its own slang. Follow any match and you’ll hear commentators mention terms like innings and overs, silly mid on, silly mid off, slips, ducks and golden ducks, googlies, fours, sixes, and centuries. Innings is the stroke of a team while over is a throw-in. There are 6 balls in a throw before a new player heads to the opposite side of the field.