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Mark Hutchinson (cricketer)
... He is a right-handed batsman ... Hutchinson is currently used as a middle to upper-order batsman, though finding form in the recent EurAsia tournament in the United Arab Emirates has proved difficult for him as a batsman ...
Shane Cloete
... He was a right-handed batsman and wicket-keeper ... in 1994-95, in which he scored six runs and ran one batsman out ... Cloete was a lower-middle order batsman ...
Shantanu Sugwekar
... He was a middle order batsman and represented India's Under-19s team in their 1986/87 tour of Australia ... Maharashtra's last batsman Anil Walhekar made 38 in a last wicket partnership of 102, but it wasn't enough to see his teammate through to a triple hundred ... Sugwekar remains the only batsman to have 299 not out as his highest first-class score ...
Left-arm - U
... the case of the fielding captain) or overturned (in the case of the batsman) ... Unplayable delivery a ball that is impossible for the batsman to deal with used to imply that the batsman was out more through the skill of the bowler than through his own error ... Uppish A shot that gains a risky amount of height, opening up the possibility of the batsman being caught ...
Chris Marples - Cricket Career
... Marples was a wicket-keeper and right-handed batsman ... wicket-keeper role, with Bernie Maher, who was recognised as a stronger batsman, eventually reclaiming the position ... a first-team player, Marples was a tail-end batsman alongside Danish mainstay Ole Mortensen and was often unlucky to find himself out of action as a strike ...

Famous quotes containing the word batsman:

    If the wild bowler thinks he bowls,
    Or if the batsman thinks he’s bowled,
    They know not, poor misguided souls,
    They, too, shall perish unconsoled.
    Andrew Lang (1844–1912)