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Introduction Cricket has been one of the worlds most popular sports since the late 1800s when Australia played England in the first ashes series The game has come along way since then but the fundamentals of the game have not changed much at all Everyone can enjoy a game of cricket without having to involved in thinking about what they are doing Cricket is quite a simple game in theory the central action of the game takes place between the batsman who stands behind the popping crease and the bowler who delivers the ball from the opposite end of the pitch bowling from the area between the return creases while keeping the front foot on or behind the popping crease Refer to the diagram on page i The complexities of cricket begin when professionals are concerned For the best bowlers in the world pitching the ball in the exact spot they want to the batsmen finding the gaps in the field For your common Sunday afternoon cricketers these aspects are not of the same importance However it is not as easy as it looks to bowl a batsmen middle stump The underlying principles of cricket rely on dynamics and kinetics both physical sciences that involve the study of movement The purpose of this assignment was to investigate the physics involved in cricket and show that cricket a team sport anyone can enjoy is underneath a simple game The subject used in the experiment was an ordinary person of little cricket background The equipment used was of your ordinary backyard standard All these factors contribute to the fact that there is a simplicity to cricket and that anyone can play it as well as enjoy it My Hypothesis To become the next Dennis Lillee or Sir Donald Bradman in
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