Complete BBC Cricket

Complete BBC Cricket

Willow Cricket| Willow Tv World Cup 2011| World Cup Cricket| Live cricket score board


Willow Cricket| Willow Tv World Cup 2011| World Cup Cricket| Live cricket score board:WILLOW TV, The popular ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 tournament has been made available by Willow TV has helped to show all the fans of the action in high definition. Willow TV has also made available for live streaming watch World Cup Cricket 2011 on televisions, smart phones, and other devices iPads tablet found on their portal Willow.tv.

One of the most anticipated games is the India cricket match against Bangladesh at Shere Bangla occurs Stadium in Mirpur.

The company is the exclusive official licensee for the event, which begins on February 18. The company also conducts matches will be available for those on the DISH Network and DirecTV for a fee.

The matches will be available via live streaming for many different operating systems and devices such as Windows phone, Blackberry, Android phones and smart devices IOS. To satisfy those who want to see these games through their television, Willow TV will also offer support for devices, including Boxee PS3, Roku, Google TV and Internet TV Samsung.

It includes features and more matches are dashboards live video, replays on demand, and highlights of matches.

India, one of the favorites before the tournament title, will start the game as the top contenders to win the match and will look to Virender Sehwag, Sachin Tendulkar, Gautam Gambhir, Zaheer Khan, Yuvraj Singh and MS Dhoni – to be the largest contributors through the competition.

And labeled – a favorite main title can exert considerable pressure on a team, but the captain of India Dhoni attempts to try to keep his players concentration.

“Being a co-host will always bring a lot of expectations,” said Dhoni, who is also a wicketkeeper of the team. “But we do not get bogged down in expectations.

“The important thing is to make the distribution. We are always looking to put more emphasis on process rather than on winning, and that is what has made us a winning team.”

Cricket 2009 Ashes Reloaded PC Game



Here is it, the ultimate Cricket 2009:ASHES RELOADED and guess what!!!!!!!!

I've got ultimate single downloadable link for this ultimate game that is from duckload.com, which provides resume support to it's free users also.
It's an awesome game with much improved graphics.

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Minimum Requirements

-Windows XP/Vista. (if running Windows Vista SP1 or above is recommended)
-DirectX 9.0c
-2 Ghz Pentium or AMD™ equivalent
-1 GB RAM
-Graphics Card: GeForce 6800 / Radeon X1600 or above Shader 3.0 256MB RAM card
-DirectX Compatible Sound Card
-Dual layer DVD-ROM Drive
-2.5 GB Hard Drive Space

Recommended Requirements

-Windows XP/Vista. (if running Windows Vista SP1 or above is recommended)
-DirectX 9.0c
-3 GHz Pentium 4 or AMD™ equivalent and above
-1.5GB RAM
-Graphics card: GeForce 8800GS & above, or Radeon X1900 series & above
-Sound Card: Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Sound Card.
-Dual Layer Compatible DVD-ROM Drive
-3 GB Hard Drive Space

Supported Graphics cards

ATI Radeon x1600, x1650, x1800, x1900, x1950, HD2400, HD2600, HD2900, HD3450, HD3470, HD3650, HD3850, HD3870, HD3870X2, HD4850, HD4870, HD4870X2, HD4890

NVIDIA Geforce 6800, 7600, 7800, 7900, 7950, 8400, 8500, 8600, 8800, 9600, 9800, 9800GX2, GTX260, GTX280, GTX285, GTX295
INSTALLATION
To install the game , just use Daemon tools, posted in tools tab, to run the .iso image.


DOWNLOAD
So here's the ultimate download link:

http://www.duckload.com/download/1310270/rld-ac2009.iso
(2.2gb approx.)

But I think that you'd like other games more than this.
Remember to use only IDM to download this as otherwise there is a chance of link expire.
IDM has the ability to refresh link address.It has been posted in tools tab.

TROUBLESHOOT

In case, there occurs any problem or trouble, just post a comment and I'll help You.
Remember that:
1.A problem is an opportunity.

2.Don't delete the download, if any problem is there.
SCREENSHOTS




Indian Cricket Team Funny and Rare Photos

MS Dhoni with Trophy

Indian team celebrating

Indian Cricket Team

Indian Cricket Team Celebrates in the gournd

Indian Team with their flag

Indian players doing fun on the beach

Saching Tendulkar in the water

Indian players doing fun in the water

Indian players dancing in a party

Indian team players doing funny things in the sand on beach

Saching Tendulkar taking bath on the beach

Indian Cricket Team

Indian Players looking at the back of a girl - (so cheap LOL )

Indain Cricket Team Players Photo

SPORTS (1): Cricket

What's cricket?


Cricket is a team sport played between two teams of 11 players. 15 players are selected to form each "squad" and 11 players are selected from that squad. Each team has its own captain, multiple batsmen, multiple bowlers and other players acting as fielders. It is a bat-and-ball game played on a roughly elliptical grass field, in the centre of which is a flat strip, called a pitch.





How to play cricket:



- The Field:


Step 1: Find an oval field to play on. The field should have a strip that runs down the field length wise, called the pitch. This is where the bowler (pitcher) will bowl the ball to the other team's striker. A boundary line should be clearly marked all around the field. Regulation play has the field at 22 yards in length.


Step2: Mark the field with lines that indicate the creases. Marked should be the batting, return, popping and bowling creases.


Step3: Place the wickets on the field--one set behind the bowler and the other behind the striker. Each wicket has three stumps that stand side by side. At the top of the stumps are bails that connect the stumps.



Step4: Outfit the wicket keeper behind the striker with the gloves. He or she crouches behind the striker ready for the ball to be hit and is the only fielder that has gloves.



Step5: Start the game with a striker and a non-striker out on the field for the batting team. The non-striker is located by the bowler, and is the striker's partner. The striker is ready to be bowled to by standing in a batting position in front of the wicket ready to hit the ball.












- The Game



Step1: Toss a coin to see who gets to choose which team is on the field. The winner of the toss may choose to take the field or bat first. Cricket captains are the ones that make this and most of the decisions for the teams.


Step2: Bowl the ball to the striker, with usually one bounce before it reaches the striker. The bowler is trying to hit the wicket behind the striker to get him over.


Step3: Hit the ball and both the batsmen run to try to reach the opposite popping crease. When both successfully touch, by body or bat, the ground behind the opposite crease, a run is scored. Depending on where the ball is they may try to score another run by running back to the starting popping crease. This must be done before the other team's fielders knocks the bails off the stumps with the cricket ball, which is an over.


Step4: Score six runs by hitting the ball over the boundary with out touching the ground. If the ball reaches the boundary and touches the ground in doing so, the batting team is granted four runs. These runs are automatic unless the runners have scored more.


Step5: End an inning when ten of the batsmen are over, or the score required to meet is reached.













- Get an Over:



Step1: Get the striker over with six successive bowls that he has not hit and are all strikes. Un-hittable balls are not included in the six bowls. After the over, the bowler turns direction and pitches to the reverse side of the field.


Step2: Catch the ball in the air, while in the boundary, and the striker is out. Both feet of the fielder must be in the boundary. If the batsman touches the ball with his hand that is not touching the bat on purpose it is an over.


Step3: Break the wicket behind the bowler by direct hit from the bowler or reflected off the striker is an over. Also if a batsman touches or breaks a wicket with his body or equipment is an over.


Step4: Reflect the ball with your body so it doesn't hit the wicker is called an over by the umpire.


Step5: Stumping the batsman is when the wicket-keeper gets the striker over by breaking the wicket when the striker steps outside of his crease while trying to play the ball.


Step6. Overs can happen if the next striker takes more than two minutes to appear on the field after the preceding wicket falls. Also if the striker it's the cricket ball twice while not defending the wicket.


Step7: Interference by a batsman is called an over. This doesn't include running through the path of the fielder with the ball to deter him from throwing the ball to the wicket.







Things You'll Need

- A wicket
- Bats
- Balls

TV 010: BBC Cricket (Soul Limbo) - Booker T And The MGs

Soul Limbo was the theme tune to BBC Cricket coverage for 30 years - only stopping when the corporation lost the broadcast rights in 1999.

This Caribbean-flavoured tune from Stax's finest group is simply flawless.

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